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FREE FUTURE OF PHARMACY eBOOK   Many patients will have one from 2018. The change of My Health Record from opt-in to opt-out will be a game-changer for pharmacists, says PSA …

Free eBook helps you future-proof your pharmacy. Most of the 5600 pharmacies in Australia plan to expand their patient offering, according to a major university pharmacy survey. But it’s best …

Gastro-oesophageal reflux is common, with 15-20% of Australians experiencing heartburn at least once a week. Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are one of the most commonly prescribed medicines in general practice …

Join GSK in shaping the future of Australian pharmacy at APP 2018.   Explore the Shelf of the Future Be amongst the first to experience a new instore initiative that …

April marks the half-way point of the continuing professional development (CPD) year, which makes it a good time to review your plan, reflect on what you’ve already achieved and seek …

The recent TGA changes to over-the-counter codeine-containing medicines is an opportunity to provide better care for patients who have been using OTC codeine. For some, it will be a simple …

Did you know that after 12 months up to 67% of patients are not adhering to their statin as prescribed? And that a leading cause of this poor adherence and …

One in five Australians – almost 5 million people – live with dry eye and of these, 800,000 suffer from severe dry eye4. An aging population living longer than ever …

Big data is a hot topic in the Australian healthcare industry. With the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare collecting and storing government generated health data, as well as private …

WIN with AJP & RUM  To encourage pharmacy to support the Return Unwanted Medicines (RUM) new consumer campaign, AJP has teamed up with RUM to ‘Search for Australia’s Oldest Medicines’. …

Do you need more information on codeine rescheduling? Tell us what you need to know   Since the decision to up-schedule codeine-containing analgesic from 1st February, 2018 was announced in …

Up to 90% of patients using an inhaler device don’t use it correctly and won’t be getting the best possible benefit from their medicine. The current educational program from NPS …