Amendments to PBS bill tabled that allow for continued medicine supply when pharmacy bankruptcy occurs and impose fees on PBS supply applications The National Health Amendment …

The “lifesaving” and easy-to-use opioid reversal agent is now available for OTC purchase in pharmacies Pharmacists and doctors have welcomed the availability of the first …

As community pharmacy sails into a new reality, Bruce Annabel and Mal Scrymgeour present their top five initiatives that will help you innovate, thrive and …

Relations have been tense between GPs and pharmacists this week, and there was a big win for the PSA In major news this week, Health …

Always going the extra mile for patients and being open every day of the year has proven a successful formula for Wilkinson’s Pharmacy, Burnie, the …

There are currently Epipen supplies and no shortages, manufacturer confirms In a recent story published by AJP, we reported on a pharmacist’s concern that they …

One wholesaler borrowed a helicopter from a cattle musterer to supply a pharmacy cut off by flooding, while another used a Defence helicopter to supply …

Following this week’s announcement that the PSA would be co-signatory to the 7CPA, consumers want a voice too The inclusion of the Pharmaceutical Society in …

A pharmacist has had his registration suspended for six months after he dispensed up to 15 tablets of alprazolam and 17 tablets of diazepam per …

A leading pharmacist and a lawyer go head-to-head in the debate over pharmacist prescribing “Pharmacist prescribing should be implemented in Australia, without delay,” argues PSA …

Christina Victor, Brunel University London, takes a look at loneliness and its medicalisation Loneliness affects people of all ages, young as much as old. It’s now …

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