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Pharmacists are being urged to support the latest bowel cancer screening campaign from Bowel Cancer Australia, with Professor Peter Carroll from the University of Sydney describing it as a “huge …

As the Close the Gap report is tabled in Parliament today, the Heart Foundation’s Leader on Aboriginal Health, Vicki Wade is joining in the call for Government to stay the …

The PSA believes better utilisation of pharmacists’ skills will result in improved health outcomes and cost‑effectiveness of primary care in GP practices and Aboriginal Health Services. These are just two …

New research highlights that a higher number of GP-type patients are presenting at emergency departments in hospitals in rural North-West Tasmania due to lack of availability of general practice care. …

Last week pharmacy chain Pharmore Pharmacies went into voluntary administration after 23 years as a result of the inability to undertake necessary restructuring of its operations and an overhead structure …

From small beginnings in Victoria in 1995, the Pharmacists’ Support Service is now celebrating 20 years of supporting the profession. This includes expansion to support all Australian pharmacists, pharmacy interns …

Pharmacy brands means little to customers, with most only visiting a pharmacy if it’s convenient and open when it suits them, says PSA Pharmacist of the Year Lindy Swain – …

The 3 February 2015 interest rate cut could be good news for pharmacy, says Allfin Financial Services. The Reserve Bank of Australia lowered the cash rate by 25 basis points …

Janssen-Cilag has withdrawn a diabetes drug from the PBS after the Health Department requested a price cut of close to 40%

A public health initiative to help consumers distinguish legitimate online pharmacies from rogue online drug sellers is being launched in the US by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy …

There is no compelling evidence to support the use of detox diets for weight management or toxin elimination, researchers have found. Financial costs to consumers, unsubstantiated claims, and the potential …

Carl Gibson, chief executive of Complementary Medicines Australia has welcomed results from a new study which shows equivalent benefits of taking glucosamine and chondroitin for osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee …