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It’s the last chance to have your say in nominating your choices for the people who are leading pharmacy into the future We’ve been inundated …

A Federal Senator recently questioned whether MedsChecks represent pharmacists being paid for ‘doing their job’. Do you agree?  A Federal Senator questioned whether pharmacies should …

A recent Australian study found that while pharmacist knowledge of complementary medicines is generally OK, there are some major gaps that remain of concern Researchers …

We’d like to know what you think about My Health Record At an interactive session during the recent APP conference, Pharmacy Guild representatives asked delegates …

Has your role changed and its scope increased enough to justify an increase in the award wage? Last week, the AJP reported on the Pharmacy …

Are pharmacists handing too much of their dispensing role to pharmacy technicians or assistants? Last week, pharmacy stakeholders expressed concern that pharmacy was “devolving” too …

Have you ever been presented with a concerning script and, if so, did you contact the doctor and refuse to supply the medicine? A few …

Patients, customers, clients or something else? What is the term you most commonly use to describe those who enter your pharmacy?  There has been a …

Now that low-dose codeine combinations are available only on prescription, concerns have been raised about potential problems with ibuprofen In an editorial published by the …

The OTC codeine ban is here… but what about the expected customer backlash from those who didn’t know? Last month, the AJP reported that 51% …

In your pharmacy career, have you ever felt yourself at the brink of burning out? “Burnout” is a psychological term coined in the 1970s that …

Have you been receiving complaints from patients or noticed stockpiling behaviour as the codeine upschedule date approaches? This week, the Extended Hours Pharmacies Association (EHPA) …