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Australian Journal of Pharmacy


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 …

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 …

Perspectives from Pharmacist and Credentialled Diabetes Educator (CDE), Melina Tandy Starting on insulin can be a daunting experience for many patients with diabetes. Pharmacists can provide key guidance and care …

Know your progestogen from your progestin and progesterone? Bio-identical hormones vs. body-identical? Natural or synthetic treatments? Every woman – that’s 52% of the population – will be affected by menopause …

TWC Chief Pharmacist Brenton Hart delivering a vaccination Q&A with TWC Chief Pharmacist Brenton Hart TerryWhite Chemmart leads the industry when it comes to pharmacist-led vaccination services with over half …

Transitioning Patients to OPTISULIN® (insulin glargine 100 units/mL) from LANTUS® (insulin glargine 100 units/mL) Optisulin® is the second brand of insulin glargine 100 units/mL from Sanofi1, the manufacturer of Lantus2. …

Network Partner Botrous Yousef, unnamed staff member, Rita Wehbee, Robyn Farrell and Network Partner Mina Fahmy at TerryWhite Chemmart Caddens Corner. TESTIMONAL 1 Flexibility helps to drive success across my …

Dr Dionne Litton, Joyce McSwan and Ian Harris discuss the roles pharmacist play in multidisciplinary team care.   Is multidisciplinary team management the responsibility of a GP? Is setting up …

Joyce McSwan gives you her top tips on setting up a multidisciplinary team.   When is it a pharmacist’s place to initiate a multidisciplinary conversation and how do you create …

Supported by GSK Consumer Healthcare All modified release paracetamol products have now changed from Pharmacy Medicine (Schedule 2) to Pharmacist Only Medicine (Schedule 3). Former PSA president, John Bell discusses …

Supported by GSK Consumer Healthcare All modified release paracetamol products changed from Pharmacy Medicine (Schedule 2) to Pharmacist Only Medicine (Schedule 3). Former PSA president, John Bell discusses how this …

Supported by GSK Consumer Healthcare All modified release paracetamol products have now changed from Schedule 2 to Schedule 3 medicine. Former PSA president, John Bell discusses what this means for pharmacists …