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The member organisation has secured a million-dollar financial boost under the Health Department’s ‘Health Peak and Advisory Bodies’ program The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) will receive $1.24 million in …

Reports of the incipient demise of independent pharmacies have been greatly exaggerated, says a spokesperson for Symbion. Last week the Courier Mail published an article, Pharmacy Wars: the prescription for …

A New Zealand-born man has been sentenced to three years and five months imprisonment after he pled guilty to a string of offences including the armed robbery of a pharmacy. …

Australian women are well aware that folic acid and iodine are recommended supplements to take during pregnancy, but only a quarter of them adhere to the recommendations, say Australian scientists. …

The young man that supplied Choi with “yellow Snapchats” and MDMA that led to her death has been released on bail Physiotherapist Daniel Dung Huynh, 26, was charged for supplying Choi with an …

Use of paracetamol during pregnancy has been associated with an increased risk for multiple behavioural problems in children, an article published online by JAMA Pediatrics says. And pharmacists are likely …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Diabetes treatments and risk of heart failure, cardiovascular disease, and all cause mortality UK research data for over 20,000 patients shows …

Being named Guild Pharmacy of the Year has helped to cement the culture of excellence at Pharmacy 777 at Nollamara in Western Australia, its owner says. According to proprietor Swarup …

Pharmacy needs to remove roadblocks such as the schedule of some medicines in order to pave the way for Terry White member success, says the group’s CEO, Anthony White. Funding …

The UK’s new PM has raised hopes that she might reverse cuts to the UK’s community pharmacy sector, the Sunday Express reports. National Pharmacy Association chairman Ian Strachan, who presented …

A cancer patient has been refused her scheduled chemotherapy treatment as well as medicines from the hospital pharmacy, Adelaide’s Advertiser reports. This is the latest in a series of problems …

Professor Stephen King was in Adelaide last week to discuss the Review of Pharmacy Remuneration and Regulation with Pharmacy Choice members. At the Member Network Event, Prof King had an …