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Shanae Hancey from Western Australia was named the PSA Pharmacy Student of the Year during a ceremony at the PSA15 gala dinner in Sydney. Hancey also won the added honour …

PSA national president Joe Demarte has urged Health Minister Sussan Ley to commence the pharmacy trial program as a matter of urgency, at the PSA15 conference today. “These include minor …

Health Minister Sussan Ley is keen to see the results of the review into pharmacy remuneration and location rules, she told delegates to the PSA15 conference today. “I am sure …

Pharmacist John Coppock, whose lifelong career has been focussed on his vision that the profession needs to be as united as possible in all things, has been named as the …

Amy Page, a Melbourne pharmacist with a strong interest in deprescribing, the Quality Use of Medicines, geriatrics, pharmacy education and herbal medicines has been named the PSA Young Pharmacist of …

Remote pharmacist and tireless advocate for improvements in Aboriginal health, Andrew ‘Robbo’ Roberts, has been named the PSA Pharmacist of the Year for 2015. Roberts is also renowned for advocating …

Tasmania’s King Island Pharmacy, destroyed earlier this year by fire, has re-opened, Pharmacy Alliance has announced. Co-owned by Pharmacy Alliance founder, Simon Reynolds, King Island Pharmacy was destroyed in an …

From today, the Generic Medicines Industry Association will be known as the Generic and Biosimilar Medicines Association. After patents expire on brand name medicines, affordable generic and biosimilar medicines deliver …

The NSW government has granted a licence for research on medical cannabis to nutritional pharmaceutical company, Medlab Clinical, making it one of the first commercial entities in NSW. Medlab operates …

SBS Australia’s chief football analyst, Craig ‘Fozz’ Foster, has joined the fight against antibiotic resistance by rounding up the best sneeze action this cold and flu season. Providing expert opinion and …

The RACGP has created a new guide for GPs on prescribing benzodiazepines, focusing on patient-centred care, accountable prescribing and harm reduction – and called for a real-time prescription drug database. …

Eating disorders such as anorexia have led a group of academics to establish a specialist interactive, theatrical program that may help people to tackle a problem which affects 9% of …