Baxter Healthcare Pty Ltd has received a citation as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality from the Australian Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency. WGEA Director, Libby …

Efforts to retain pain and cold/flu medications which contain codeine on the Pharmacist Only schedule are misguided, says a pain expert. “There’s a scare campaign …

A finding that cardio-respiratory fitness is more important than fat loss for people suffering so-called ‘Syndrome X’ has landed a Queensland researcher a New Investigator …

Medicines Australia has called on the Federal Government to make a patient’s medication records a mandatory inclusion in eHealth profiles to improve the safe use …

NPS MedicineWise has launched a new learning program and health professional resources on osteoporosis to assist in identification of patients at increased risk of osteoporosis, …

More doses of insulin are missed when using sliding-scale insulin dosing to manage hospital patients’ blood glucose levels compared with basal–bolus dosing, according to a …

An international study led by University of Queensland researchers has tracked the re-emergence of scarlet fever, a childhood disease which had largely disappeared over the …

Blooms The Chemist, has announced Apotex as its Strategic Partner of the Year at the group’s 2015 Pharmacy Awards held in Hong Kong. The award …

ASMI’s Deon Schoombie takes a look at how the prototype real-time monitoring system for OTC codeine would work During the last few weeks there has …

Chemical warfare, or the focus on retail and profit, is killing the community pharmacy, writes Mouhamad Zoghbi Today’s business culture has become cutthroat. There is …

When a patient presents at a pharmacy with a private prescription not covered by the PBS, most patients are disappointed by the benefits they receive …

A new atypical antipsychotic medication that provides a sustained improvement of the symptoms of schizophrenia with negligible effect on patients’ metabolic parameters has been welcomed by Australian experts.