“The interesting bit of this article, in my opinion, is the dissenting judges opinion …. It highlights an interesting point, namely that prescriptions – although …

Debbie Rigby presents the latest research news relevant to pharmacy Efficacy, Tolerability, and Dose-Dependent Effects of Opioid Analgesics for Low Back Pain Opioid analgesics are …

What are the most common behaviours in people with dependencies? The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and Australian Prescriber have together provided advice …

The AJP’s poll on codeine monitoring tool MedsASSIST have shown that Australian pharmacy strongly supports the program. Last week we asked, “Is your pharmacy using …

Do you have a private consulting room? With pharmacy poised to roll out more and more professional services, and pharmacist vaccination now offered around the …

A review of 34 trials comprising 5260 participants with an average age of 9-18 years found fluoxetine was the only drug among 14 that was …

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AJP takes a look back at this week’s best reader comments Our article on methotrexate, highlighting that patients have been taking the drug daily rather …

Analysis of latest stats reveals female pharmacists are falling behind their male counterparts in earnings According to combined statistics from the ATO and the ABS, …

An appeals court has ruled the compounding pharmacy that filled the prescription is culpable The estate of a man who died from a fatal dose …

The alternative medicine company has issued a letter in response to overwhelmingly negative results AJP’s online poll, ‘The Naturopathy Debate’, was run after concerns were …

A growing number of pharmacies are installing robotic dispensing systems to optimise prescription fulfilment, improve efficiency and deliver enhanced patient-centred consultations, reports Leanne Philpott According …