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It might seem daunting at first, but there are a few key things you can do now to ‘get you going’ on your ownership journey. You may be new to …

So you’ve made the decision that pharmacy ownership is for you. So what’s next in the process? Listen to Anthony White, TWC Executive Director of Network Development and Tanya Maloney, …

Angelo Pricolo discusses the latest developments with naloxone therapy, and talks about the inspiration for his popular AJP columns   Regular AJP contributor Angelo Pricolo talks to AJP editor Chris Brooker …

Anna Meares OAM endured a terrible cycling-related injury in 2008 – yet went on to become the first Australian athlete ever to win four individual medals at four consecutive Olympic …

May 1921: A pharmacist fights back after the profession comes under attack as being a ‘sordid and soulless scandal’  Pharmacy was coming under attack from a number of different fronts, …

April 1896: Parliament remains a ‘wayward maiden’ for pharmacist’s seeking to set aside intercolonial legislative differences  As Australian was in the process of moving towards it eventual Federation a mere …

After our phenomenal virtual contest in 2020, this year’s will be by remote or on-site entry at APP2021 [Above: People’s Choice winner 2020, Luisa Carriglio with ‘Pharmacy Song’] The contest …

April 1971: Are pharmacists just shopkeepers in the eyes of the public? Parliament hears about the latest developments “The physical appearance of most pharmacies led many people to regard the …

What have our readers been looking at recently? Here are our ten most read stories during the previous month  These are the ten most read stories on our website from …

Cyber security, rural pharmacy allowances, education and shopping mall profitability. Take a peek inside our March print journal The March edition of the AJP magazine should be landing in your …

February 1921: A disgruntled pharmacy “Judas” is under fire for sharing trade secrets in the national press The February 1921 edition of the AJP including the ocverage of a letter …

February 1971: AJP warns against treating analgesics as ‘cut-price food’ as supermarket price war resumes   Pharmacists in early 1971 were being advised to educate the public on the dangers of …