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Amanda Seeto, Guild national councillor, speaks about her passions for increasing the number of women in pharmacy leadership, and for improving medicines safety processes Amanda Seeto, Queensland Pharmacy Guild state …

Deon Schoombie, CEO of Consumer Healthcare Products Australia talks about pharmacy’s role in self-care education and the latest developments on medicine scheduling Dr Deon Schoombie, CEO of Consumer Healthcare Products …

Helen O’Byrne, president of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia (Tas) talks about her plans for pharmacists to play a greater role in vaccinations and other new areas of practice    …

Trends expert Michael McQueen shares his insights into the top three forms of disruption forecast for pharmacy, and info you can access today to keep up to speed  One of …

Hayley Smilie, PDL’s newest Professional Officer talks about some common errors they encounter, and how she and her colleagues can help Hayley is the fourth PDL Professional Officer, joining a …

‘The world only watches a speed skater from Brisbane once every four years’ The four-time Olympian and gold medalist caught up with Miranda at the AJP stage during APP 2021 …

The people’s choice results are in and our winning entry leads by over 100 votes!   Yet again, pharmacists have blown us away with their talent, and willingness to have a …

Third-year-in-a-row contestants the Wanni White Coats have got Hamilton fever! Talking of fever – when will pharmacy be part of the COVID vaccine rollout? Pharmacists Alicia Martin, Erin Cooper & …

What do you get if you mash up NAPSA, PSS and Smash Mouth? Our final Pharmacy’s Got Talent performance on the AJP stage at APP 2021 has an important message …

Miranda Deakin and the AJP bring you all the highlights of day 3 at APP 2021 Here’s a snapshot of all today’s action – from topics covered at the education …

After competing separately in last year’s talent comp, Katie and Aaron decided to join forces for this duet with a message about how pharmacists pull together in difficult times Katie …

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 …