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APP 2019


What role will AI play in the future of pharmacy? Shara Evans joins the AJP stage at APP 2019 to tell us about the role that Artificial Intelligence is playing …

Did you know there is a pill that has an embedded sensor activated by the digestive enzymes, and transmits data about your medications via Bluetooth to an app? Shara Evans …

Welcome to our new podcast series, produced by pharmacists for pharmacists Pharmacists Carlene and Jarrod McMaugh talk about the series of podcasts they are producing in partnership with AJP

Gerard Stevens, Managing Director at Webstercare, is a man who needs no introduction. As the inventor of the Webster-pak, a registered pharmacist, and a Member of the Order of Australia, …

The pharmaceutical industry has changed fundamentally in two decades. Digital technologies have enabled great strides forward in workflow and clinical decision-making. In this short video we discuss the risks, challenges …

A couple of weeks ago we asked our Pharmacy Audience to submit their questions for John Bell about osteoarthritis. Here are John’s answers!

Joyce McSwan explains how to assess the urgency of care and recommend appropriate next steps to manage abdominal pain.

AJP speaks to Trent Twomey, president, Pharmacy Guild of Australia (Queensland), on upcoming 7CPA negotiations, rural workforce issues and pharmacy’s efforts in recent natural disasters in the north of the …

AJP speaks with Anthony Tassone, president of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia (Victoria) about rural workforce issues, working with other healthcare stakeholders and the 7CPA 

AJP speaks with NSW Guild president David Heffernan about rural pharmacy issues, the 7CPA and getting movement on pharmacy services in our biggest state

It’s 10 years this week since Fred IT demonstrated Australia’s first electronic script at APP 2009. We caught up with Paul Naismith just after stepping off the big stage at …

With the dual complexities of clinical and retail, many pharmacists feel as though managing a store is becoming a bit of a juggling act. To explore this further, we spoke …