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Calls to a poisons hotline have revealed a disproportionate number of young children referred to hospital following suspected exposure to a household bug and spider spray. The University of Queensland analysed …

Natanya Mclenaghan has been named Queensland Pharmacy Assistant  of the Year. Queensland was the first jurisdiction to be part of the awards, which are now in its 10th year under …

University of Newcastle respiratory researchers have discovered new factors and a pathway that may drive the onset of steroid resistance in severe asthma, which they hope could lead to a …

The Government has subsidised another $70 million round of new revolutionary medicines that will make treatments for Type 2 diabetes cheaper and more accessible and also help save the lives …

After-hours help for customers is the focus of a new partnership between the Pharmacy Guild and the Western NSW Primary Health Network. The two are piloting a program for upskilling …

“Magnesium supplementation seems to be mostly in the form of magnesium aspartate. This can be quite expensive if the dose is 4-6tablets per day.  Is there a difference in efficacy …

Crafting a compelling service vision statement … avoiding the fluff and bland motherhood statements A progressive, medium sized, neighbourhood shopping centre, branded pharmacy recently shunned its brand’s mission statement as …

The free peer-reviewed guide can be used “on the pharmacy floor” to check interactions between complementary and prescriptions medicines Blackmore’s Complementary Medicine Interactions Guide will provide pharmacists with current, evidence-based …

While it isn’t everybody’s first choice, a significant number of Australian pharmacists would consider leaving the city behind in a bid to further their career, a recent AJP.com.au poll suggests. …

Daughter of a woman who died from hospital overdose says the doctor ignored a pharmacist who queried the dose A Tasmanian coroner has highlighted significant shortcomings of a hospital pharmacy …

Handling of S8 medicines has again been highlighted by the Victorian Pharmacy Authority in its latest circular “Poor record keeping of transactions of Schedule 8 poisons identified during inspections has …

We take a look back at the week that was in pharmacy This was a significant week for medicines labelling, as the TGA announced it will be implementing two new …