Debbie Rigby covers the latest research relevant to pharmacists Diagnosis and Management of Diabetes The American Diabetes Association (ADA) published the 2016 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes (Standards) to …

A UK expert has slammed pharmacists selling unproven complementary medicines as “irresponsible shopkeepers” focused on profit. Edzard Ernst, Emeritus Professor, Exeter University, wrote in MJA Perspective yesterday that while integrative …

Like other industries, pharmacy is set to be disrupted: but are pharmacists ready to adapt? writes Sabrine Elkhodr Mindlessly browsing through my Facebook feed recently, I came across an image …

Community pharmacy owners commonly make a number of incorrect assumptions about employment legal requirements Speaking at APP2016, Tina Scrine, industrial relations manager of the Guild’s Queensland branch tried to ‘bust’ …

Nominations are now open for the PSA Excellence Awards 2016. The Awards recognise and applaud outstanding pharmacists, including the Pharmacist of the Year, Early Career Pharmacist of the Year and …

Australians living near wind farms will soon know if wind turbine syndrome could be making them sick. The National Health and Medical Research Council has awarded two grants totalling $3.3 million …

Complementary Medicines Australia says it’s disappointed by the “misguided” approach in a recent editorial published in the Medical Journal of Australia. The editorial, Pharmacists selling CAM doesn’t wash, attempts to …

WA Regional Investigations Unit detectives are seeking information regarding an attempted armed robbery at a pharmacy located on Prindiville Drive Wangara, on Sunday 6 March 2016. About 9:20am, a man …

GuildLink has announced the 2016 GuildCare Professional Services Pharmacy of the Year: McCarthy’s Pharmacy, Orange, NSW. McCarthy’s Pharmacy has been in Orange for more than 60 years, a regional city of …

Here are the latest posts to AusPharmList Click here to read the full text of each post on the AJP website. The AusPharmList website will remain active for the time being, …

A MJA Perspectives piece criticising integrative medicine has been welcomed by Friends of Science in Medicine, who say integrative medicine is “mixing science-based health professions with pseudoscience based practices”. The …

“Hub and spoke” dispensing is safer than the traditional pharmacy approach, England’s chief pharmaceutical officer says. The Pharmaceutical Journal reports that Keith Ridge, in giving evidence to the All-Party Pharmacy …