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This is our final newsletter for 2020. Merry Xmas and happy New Year from the team at AJP This is our final AJP Daily newsletter for 2020. Our newsletters will …

September 1920, and one of the biggest items of discussion in the AJP is whether it is desirable for Australia to have a federal pharmacy law “Within the next few …

You may have noticed a few modifications to your AJP Daily newsletter this week…. We’ve made some tweaks to the AJP Daily newsletter this week.  To make it easier for …

Here’s what you can read in the June print edition of AJP, out to subscribers this week The June edition of AJP continues to focus on the evolving coronavirus pandemic. …

There’s been some changes made to our website, plus an update on our Easter period newsletter schedule It’s almost time for the Easter weekend, undoubtedly the strangest one of our …

Our Pharmacy’s Got Talent winner at APP2019 – Tyler Fenton – won a free rego to this year’s event. But you may not see him there, if he’s scored himself …

You can enter Pharmacy’s Got Talent with a distance entry – just like the duo that started the (glitter) ball rolling, from Capital Chemist Wanniassa. This year’s contest is open to all …

Pharmacist Anthony Lu serenaded us at last year’s APP, and soothed us with his beautiful voice Anthony, from Vermont in Melbourne, said he liked to sing to relax. He sang …

NAPSA students blew us away with their song and dance routine on behalf of the Pharmacists’ Support Service (PSS) at last year’s APP conference This year’s contest promises to be …

AJP placed as the number one in pharmacy media in the latest reader survey  The latest syndicated independent pharmacist readership survey has confirmed what we— and you, our readers, already …

Pay, retention and regulatory issues topped the agenda for our readers over the last month  These were the ten most read stories on the AJP website from 15/10-15/11 Is there …

Which AJP story went viral during the last month? We reveal our 10 most clicked articles  It seems like everyone is interested in the recent World Pharmacists Day. Or at …