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Pharmacists can have an important role in supporting their patients manage their COPD medications, inhaler selection and technique, as well as non-pharmacological strategies to help improve quality of life. By …

Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) is a relatively common condition, especially among those with dry eye. This article describes the many medications or conditions seen in the pharmacy that may be …

Topical corticosteroids (TCS) have long been a part of atopic eczema management—but how often have you considered the formulation when recommending TCS options to your patients? Watch this webinar to …

Pharmacists can potentially play a key role in the management of BPH, allowing patients to maximise symptom relief by educating them on all available treatment options. By Tim Stewart, clinical …

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has granted provisional approval for two new oral medications that are indicated for use in mild-to-moderate COVID-19 infections to prevent disease progression and hospitalisations. What …

This article discusses the importance of managing work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSD) in primary care including the typical features that pharmacists should be aware of. It examines the role of pharmacotherapy …

The vast majority of sore throats are caused by viruses. Yet pharmacists still tend to recommend lozenges containing antiseptic/antibacterial ingredients with mostly in vitro evidence to support their effectiveness. This …

While brand switching in epilepsy is not encouraged, the high prevalence of antiseizure medications shortages, particularly for generic brands, means that avoidance of brand switching is not always possible. In …

In this two-part podcast, our expert panel discuss the signs and symptoms of dry eye, its causes and potential risks, including the emergence of ‘quarantine dry eye’ and ‘mask associated …

With more influenza vaccine options available this year than previously,1 many Australians are keen to discuss their vaccination choices with their pharmacist or GP, according to a survey of one …

Troublesome symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) affect approximately 14% of adults.1 While symptoms may vary from patient to patient, heartburn and acid regurgitation are the most commonly reported symptoms.2 …

How often have you considered the formulation when recommending topical corticosteroids to your patients with atopic eczema? Choosing a TCS formulation that is appropriate for the site and severity of …

What should your first choice in back pain oral treatment be? Watch Joyce McSwan and Dr Vincent Chan as they explore what Australian pharmacists are really thinking and doing when it …

LAGEVRIO® (molnupiravir) has provisional approval for the treatment of adults with COVID-19 who do not require initiation of oxygen due to COVID-19 and who are at increased risk for hospitalisation …

Topical corticosteroids (TCS) have long been a part of atopic eczema management – but how often have you considered the formulation when recommending TCS options to your patients? Watch this …