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Arthritis Australia is calling for an urgent review of care arrangements for people with knee and back pain following a Four Corners report that millions of health dollars are being …

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia (NSW Branch) says it is pleased to support the NSW Government’s commitment to paying the patient co-payments for Section 100 (s100) Highly Specialised Drugs. This …

Giovanni M. Pauletti, Associate Professor of biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics at the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, is to take on the role of Scientific …

Pharmacists around the world are celebrating World Pharmacists Day today, says FIP. The International Pharmaceutical Federation says it has heard about a variety of events being prepared by its member …

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners welcomes the Federal Government’s announcement of a funding boost for GP training to identify and respond to cases of domestic violence. The ‘Women’s …

Health Minister Sussan Ley has criticised pharmaceutical companies for dragging their feet on bringing new drugs to the Australian market and prioritising applying to lucrative markets overseas. “Australia has a …

A Deakin University researcher is looking to lift the taboo on the sexual dysfunction that is often an unspoken side-effect for the 3.72 million Australians living with cardiovascular disease. Dr …

Friday September 25 is World Pharmacists Day and to mark the occasion, the PSA has launched a campaign letting the community know of the great work that pharmacists do and …

The National Heart Foundation is highlighting that young men and women who have died unexpectedly from a heart attack, many in their 20s or 30s and led healthy lives, may …

Today, Priceline Pharmacy is launching the most exciting and ambitious initiative to date for its charity – the Priceline Sisterhood Foundation – by aiming to raise more funding over the …

The first State of Australia’s Fathers report by Save the Children finds fathers want to spend more time caring for their children when they are sick, and more flexible work …

An Arabic version of the FIP pictogram software has been launched to help pharmacists internationally communicate with refugees. The global refugee crisis, particularly the nine million Syrians estimated to have …