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Pharmacies have been the biggest contributor to the success of My Health Record to date, according to new statistics published by the Australian digital Health Agency  The Australian Digital Health …

The AMA has called for the relaxation of pharmacy ownership laws, saying this would improve access to medications On Monday the AMA released its updated Position Statement on the Ethical …

Mixed messages from the Department of Health over two-month prescriptions, as new documents say pharmacist mark-ups will impact consumer and taxpayer savings New Department of Health documents reveal that two-month …

Canberra’s Capital Chemist Chisholm is the banner’s Pharmacy of the Year for 2019 Capital Chemist Chisholm was awarded Capital Chemist Pharmacy of the Year at the group’s Christmas party over …

Former leaders of the Australian College of Pharmacy have expressed concerns over a recommendation that will see it restructured as a proprietary company and “run” by a Guild branch A …

It’s been a difficult week for many, with smoke still affecting much of the country… and there’ve been concerns for the future Our thoughts go out to everyone affected by …

New research shows that more than one in 13 Australians who start using weak opioid pain medications transition to stronger opioids The research, by the Centre for Medicine Use and …

Community pharmacy-based interventions most likely have a positive effect on health behaviours, intermediate clinical outcomes and quality of life in patients, Cochrane review finds The Cochrane review set out to …

A counterfeit benzodiazepine that is stamped to look like a pharmaceutical product is being illegally sold in Australia Etizolam, an unregistered benzodiazepine medication, is being illegally sold in Australia in …

The NSW Government has moved on illegal drugs at music festivals, introducing the concept of amnesty bins Music festivalgoers will have a chance to discard illegal drugs into amnesty bins …

The Guild has warned that the Northern Territory is likely to face a “dangerous” pharmacist shortage in the next few years The decision by Charles Darwin University to cease accepting …

The US case brings to light concerns around conscientious objection at a time when a federal religious discrimination bill is being debated in Australia A woman has filed a lawsuit …