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Lung Foundation Australia in collaboration with the Queensland Government’s Indigenous Respiratory Outreach Care Program have developed the first ever Australia-wide Lung Health Checklist specifically for the Indigenous community. The Checklist …

Tim Kelsey has been appointed as the CEO of the Australian Digital Health Agency, which is responsible for all national digital health services and systems, with a focus on engagement, …

Doctors in NSW will now be able to apply to prescribe a broader range of cannabis-based medicines as a result of NSW Government regulatory changes. Premier Mike Baird said yesterday …

Chemist Warehouse has extended its partnership of the National Basketball League until 2018. Chemist Warehouse is the Official Health and Beauty Retailer of the NBL and will be the naming …

The design of Webstercare’s computer-generated charting system for residential aged care facilities, RxMedChart, has received the highest accolades from some of the best design experts in the world. Webstercare won …

More than 130 medical and health science students from China and Vietnam are spending a month at The University of Western Australia participating in a research training program. This year’s …

Pharmacists are not “cannibalising” doctor’s provision of vaccine service, say QPIP trial leader Professor Lisa Nissen Prof Nissen presented evidence at the PSA conference on Saturday 30 July regarding the …

The US National Community Pharmacists Association has released a new video championing the contributions of independent community pharmacies and urging Americans to choose them instead of chains. The video, Theresa …

‘Business as usual’ is not an option when it comes to the future of pharmacy, says PPA, in welcoming the King Review discussion paper. CEO Chris Walton says that PPA …

The TGA’s long-awaited decision on the scheduling future of currently-OTC codeine-containing medicines – whatever that decision may be – will be an opportunity for pharmacy, says a pain expert. Joyce …

For the first time in 20 years, statins have not topped the list of most costly drugs to government. Australian Prescriber’s latest issue lists the top 10 drugs used in …

An additional 5,700 children who would not otherwise have been vaccinated have been given their jabs this year as a result of the Government’s “no jab, no pay” policy, it …