More than 450 pharmacy assistants were nominated in the 2015 Pharmacy Assistant of the Year Award – breaking all previous records for the event. The …

Community pharmacy would be a poor fit for the supply of party drugs such as ecstasy if they were legalised and regulated, says the PSA …

Medicines Australia has launched an awareness campaign to ensure healthcare professionals are aware of and understand the effects of new transparency enhancements contained in its …

Six batches of children’s analgesics are being recalled by Symbion, in consultation with the TGA. The ibuprofen and paracetamol products are packaged in bottles where …

The bedtime behaviour of thousands of Australians is going under the microscope to reveal the truth about the country’s sleeping habits, as Sleep Awareness Week …

The first Australian Pharmacist Workforce Summit has underscored the need for a longer-term blueprint on the role of pharmacists in the future. The summit, held …

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Major global organisations for pharmacists, doctors and nurses, including FIP, have adopted a new set of ethical principles, designed as an important step towards the …

St John’s Wort can produce the same adverse reactions as antidepressants, and serious side effects can occur when the two are taken together, according to …

 The Australian Pharmacy Council (APC) will be holding its 3rd annual Colloquium in Canberra on Tuesday 25 August, 2015. The theme for the year is: …

Revised English language and criminal history standards for pharmacists and other health professionals take effect from today, 1 July 2015. National Boards have previously published …

The PSA has welcomed a statement from United General Practice Australia expressing its in-principle support for non-dispensing pharmacists to work in general practice as part …