A major health expo in Melbourne, to be attended by more than 400 Chinese pharmacy owners representing a $300 billion industry, is expected to have major ramifications for Australian pharmaceutical …

More than 240 pharmacists have attended the second annual Chemmart Masterclass, to build on the success they have experienced since the program’s launch last April. Held in Melbourne from April …

Pharmacy services provider HPS says it is further underlining its commitment to innovation in the sector, deploying ROWA automation at the larger sites across its Australian network. The technology is …

A world-first research centre exclusively focused on tackling the childhood obesity epidemic will launch this week at the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre. Globally renowned experts from seven universities …

With the rollout of OTC codeine recording app MedsASSIST, cold tablets containing codeine and pseudoephedrine may now need to be entered into at least two discreet databases – three if …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest research relevant to pharmacists from around the world Diabetes treatments and risk of amputation, blindness, severe kidney failure, hyperglycaemia, and hypoglycaemia Using …

Pharmacists need more resources on how to help patients whose cultural and religious practices may impact on chronic illness, a new study looking at patients with diabetes who fast during …

Greater uptake of life-saving cardiac rehabilitation programs for heart attack survivors could reduce costs to the national health system by $35.5 million and stop 2,100 heart attacks across the country …

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Research published today in the Medical Journal of Australia has found that the overall level of vaccination objection (registered and unregistered) has remained largely unchanged since 2001. Dr Frank Beard and …

New figures have revealed one in five Australians believe people experiencing anxiety ‘put it on’ to avoid difficult or uncomfortable situations and around half of Australians don’t know basic facts …