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Australian community pharmacy is in “dire need of reform,” a prominent health economist has written. On today’s The Conversation, Philip Clarke, Professor of Health Economics …

Australians are still exhibiting some careless food safety behaviour, says the Food Safety Information Council today (World Health Day 2015) – and while food poisoning …

The TGA is seeking comments on several proposed amendments to the Poisons Standard, including that the Schedule 3 entry for codeine be deleted. It is …

The Harper Review into competition policy made waves in the pharmacy sector this week, recommending the gradual removal of the rules governing community pharmacy ownership …

ACT Minister for Health Simon Corbell and ACT Pharmacy Guild CEO Margaret Beerworth are encouraging Canberrans who are looking to quit smoking to try a …

The current community pharmacy ownership and location rules are a relic of the 20th century which restrict consumer choice and can lead to “silly and …

SHPA has developed an Essential Workplace Skills series of workshops in partnership with the Australian Institute of Management. Tailored for pharmacists and technicians, the first …

The health and safety of patients must come before the interests of retail pharmacists who want to expand into care they say is best done …

The removal of “antiquated” pharmacy ownership and location rules have been supported by three national health groups, who have called for the Fifth Community Pharmacy …

Chemmart is set to host its inaugural ‘Masterclass’ – a unique, industry leading professional development and training program advancing pharmacists’ skills in the area of …

Rotary’s lifesaving bowel cancer awareness initiative will receive a boost this year with the introduction of Clinical Genomics’ faecal immunochemical tests (FITs) in Bowelscan and …

The National Heart Foundation of Australia says the fact that heart disease remains the country’s single leading killer following the release of the 2013 Cause …