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The third winner of our AJP/RUM ‘Search for Australia’s Oldest Medicine’ campaign has been decided  This amazing bottle of Mother Siegel’s Curative Syrup, returned to his pharmacy by a customer …

Time is running out to complete your annual CPD points allocation, but AJP can help…. The clock is fast running down to the end of September, and as we all …

The second winner of our ‘Search for Australia’s Oldest Medicine’ competition has been revealed Pharmacist Roy Packer, from Super Pharmacy Plus in the Brisbane suburb of Stafford, sent us images of …

Winner of AJP’s business card competition revealed Carlie Streeter of Horsham Amcal Pharmacy is the lucky winner of AJP’s APP2017 Business Card competition. Carlie wins a Nighthawk M1 mobile router …

Must-see this year at APP? Visit the AJP media stage and enter our prize draw This year AJP is covering the APP conference like never before, bringing you the speakers, …

What you were reading in early 2017 Here are the 10 most read stories on AJP.com.au in January/early February 2017 Pharmacist brought down by addiction  Pharmacist struck off for supplying …

These are the key dates for AJP Daily over the holiday season  The team at AJP wish you all a safe and happy holiday season and a happy new year! These …

The votes are in to decide pharmacy’s 10 Women of Influence. Who has made the final list? Our quest to find pharmacy’s 10 Women of Influence has received votes from …

The counting is over and its almost time to reveal who are pharmacy’s 10 Women of Influence We’ve closed the polls on our online vote to determine the most influential …

Three lucky AJP readers have each won one of three 12-month subscriptions to eMIMS Each single user annual subscription is for eMIMSCloud and the IMGateway drug, herb, food and supplement …

We wish to introduce the AJP Daily Saturday matinee edition Such has been the response to our AJP Daily newsletter since its launch on 1 March, that we are now …

The Australian Journal of Pharmacy has once again been ranked Number 1 by community pharmacists as their most read pharmacy publication, achieving an Average Issue Readership of 76%. This was …