A quiet revolution


A quiet revolution

 
 
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The first in a series of podcasts discussing the current state of pharmacy, how it got there and where it’s likely to go in the future

In this podcast, we speak to (among others):

  • Shane Jackson on the recent work value case has highlighted the breadth and depth of contemporary pharmacy practice, and how this has change over the last 20 years
  • Karalyn Huxhagen on how the rise of pharmaco-genomics is bringing compounding back into fashion
  • Jacinta Johnson on the interlinked evolution of the APF and pharmacy practice
  • Amin Javanmard on the changes in pharmacy during his career, in particular the expanding skills and counselling roles of pharmacy and the rise of discounters
  • Podcast host Carlene McMaugh discusses the successful integration of vaccination into pharmacist practice and what implications this will have in the future

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Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

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