The PSA’s proposed model to integrate pharmacists into GP practices has received such great support that today the PSA has announced the launch of a new service: GP-Pharmacist Connect, to …

The conclusion of the Trans Pacific Partnership was announced last night with some welcome news for Australian health advocates, but major concerns remain, says the Public Health Association of Australia. …

In 2015 Mental Health Week runs from 4th to 10th October with World Mental Health Day occurring on Saturday 10th October, and the Pharmacists’ Support Service is encouraging pharmacists to …

Taking codeine off pharmacy shelves will only hide the problem of its abuse, says the Consumers Health Forum of Australia. Moving codeine-containing medicines to prescription only is “a very blunt …

As the second leading cause of death after heart disease, dementia is one of the Australia’s biggest, yet least understood conditions—with over 70% admitting that they know very little about …

The use, treatment and availability of ‘ice’ have increased, according to a report released today by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Ice is the crystal form of methylamphetamine, …

Education leaders from around the globe will journey to Nanjing, China, next year to create a blueprint for the pharmacy workforce of the future, the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) announced …

The PSA has stressed that its model for pharmacists to be integrated into GP clinics incorporates roles that are within the pharmacist’s current scope of practice. Acting national president of …

Domestic violence leads to more child deaths and intensive care unit admissions in Queensland than accidents, and in infants they are most often head and brain injuries, according to new …

Terry White Group has announced the appointment of Jane McKellar to its Board as an Independent Non-Executive Director. McKellar has more than 30 years’ international experience in senior management roles …

International knowledge and experience will give the graduates of a ground-breaking new pharmacy Master’s degree the chance to take their skills to the world, says UTS. In an Australian first, …

Older Australians are drinking so much coffee and alcohol that it’s damaging their already fragile sleep, a new survey has found. A survey of sleep patterns and habits by Sleep …