Great comment from pharmacy student Felicity Huxhagen in the current “Pharmacists want to run away“ thread in the AJP Discussion Forum “You want big bucks? Go drive a truck in …

Regulators are warning women of a possible risk of miscarriage following use of an oral antifungal. The US Food and Drug Administration has issued an announcement in late April advising …

Pharmacists are experiencing a disturbing increase in their workloads which may impact on their ability to provide medicines and advice safely. So says the union for employee pharmacists, which has …

Around one in five Australians aged 45 to 74 are at high risk of heart attack or stroke within the next five years but almost one million of them are …

Electronic cigarettes have the potential to contribute to reducing death and disability caused by Britain’s biggest killer, say experts in The BMJ. Reviewing a new report by the Royal College …

The trivalent flu vaccine may fall by the wayside as consumers take up the new quadrivalent vaccine, say two key players in the push to bring pharmacist vaccination to Australia. …

RMIT University pharmacy student Harpreet Kaur Singh has been honoured with a Gold Medal supported by the PSA. RMIT pharmacy student Harpreet Kaur Singh received the 2016 PSA Pharmacy Gold …

“Such a depressing article only reinforced by the many comments from employed pharmacists about the erosion in their working conditions in community pharmacy and their desperation to get out. And …

PDL renewals are due by tomorrow 30 April 2016 Have you renewed yet? You still have time. Go to the PDL website and click ‘My Account’ to get started. Your PDL …

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Pharmacists are already making a big difference in how Australians get their flu vaccines, in a “game changer” for the profession that is transforming patient relationships and making pharmacists stand …

Diclofenac the NSAID most commonly associated with liver injury, study finds Caution is needed when recommending diclofenac due to an increased risk of liver injury, experts say. A US study …