The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia has announced continuation of full support and guidance for members undertaking the National Credentialing Program for Advanced Practice …

A new online education course for community pharmacists will help them dispense oral antineoplastic drugs and supportive therapies to deliver maximum benefit to patients, says …

A clear winner emerges from among 14 drug treatments, but more quality data is needed Fluoxetine is probably the best option to consider when a …

Good overall cardiovascular health has been found to significantly lower diabetes risk, but ethnicity also plays a role Researchers from Johns Hopkins University in the …

Election wish list highlights what pharmacy can do, says Joe Demarte One of the few benefits of having a prolonged election campaign, from a peak …

 “All the warnings over the past little while from the Boss about this went out the door when he clicked on the AGL bill ransomware …

A look at this week’s pharmacy news from around the world Levittown, Pennsylvania: A pharmacy owner who shot and killed a man who attempted to …

But deregulation is still on the CHF agenda The Consumers Health Forum has outlined its election stance on pharmacists’ role in primary health In addition …

When Toronto, NSW pharmacist Kylie Hindmarsh heard that a lady had fallen down outside the shop and split her head on the footpath, she rushed …

Improving pharmacists’ remuneration, the 6CPA Pharmacy Trial Program and healthcare collaboration are key issues to be discussed at the flagship conference for PSA. Embracing the …

The Pharmacy Board has issued a reminder in its latest communique to advertise responsibly. It reminds all registered pharmacists “that they must comply with the …

Senator Nick Xenophon has taken aim at the controversial $1 optional PBS copayment discount introduced by the Coalition Government, saying this is a “flawed” policy …