‘Caring up’ for parents and ‘caring down’ for children are to be a focus of the second phase of the Ask Your Pharmacist consumer campaign, …

The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia has congratulated the Queensland State Government on a number of key health initiatives in its 2016 State Health …

Sending problems with AJP Daily Some of our readers have been receiving multiple issues of AJP Daily in the last week. Please be assured that …

Personalised medicine has obvious benefits but has anyone thought about the issues? Nola Ries, University of Newcastle and Dianne Nicol, University of Tasmania US Vice …

Systematic review and meta-analysis involving 30,000 patients reveals success of weight loss agents The review published in JAMA looked at five medications approved for management of …

 “My understanding is that a pharmacist cannot sell this product for use in children under 6 years of age – irrespective of the packaging. Is …

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Analysis doesn’t acknowledge impact of PBS savings measures in recent years, they say The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has disagreed with new claims that Australia …

Australians should not stop taking medicines to lower blood cholesterol, the Heart Foundation of Australia has reiterated following the publication of a paper suggesting that …

Dr Ken Harvey has issued a challenge to complementary medicines manufacturers to provide evidence to support their products. Articles in mainstream media including the Herald …

The Guild has issued a reminder to pharmacists in this week’s edition of Forefront that codeine recording is not mandatory While the Guild is encouraging …

Australia’s pharmacy sector has been compared to North Korea in an article which attacks both the sale of OTC codeine-containing preparations and regulations governing pharmacy. …