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Australian Journal of Pharmacy


With community pharmacists calling for new products to address the changing needs of their patients, Willach Director John Koot and Country Manager Meg Brideson discuss how customer-centric business design in …

AJP gets the student perspective on the state of pharmacy from NAPSA president Jessica Hsiao 

With changes to consumer behaviour and expectations, there are a number of practical growth opportunities that you can implement in your pharmacy today. We caught up with Michael King, Head …

Juggling the clinical and retail responsibilities of a modern pharmacy business has never been easy for any size of pharmacy – and larger banner groups have additional priorities to juggle. …

Abdominal pain is a common presentation in the pharmacy but the diagnosis can be varied and challenging to differentiate. We caught up with Joyce McSwan straight after her clinical session …

AJP speaks with Alice Vanderpol from Moama village Pharmacy, who is the Pharmacy Assistant of the Year for 2018 Ms Vanderpol was named as Australia’s top pharmacy assistant at a …

Amidst the change and turbulence of negotiations of the seventh Community Pharmacy Agreement, pharmacy owners need to be aware of what the future holds to avoid being disrupted. Marta Stybowski, …

Our interview with Sarah Hazell, proprietor of Flannery’s Pharmacy, Forbes in NSW, which was the winner of the Excellence in Business Management category and 2019 Pharmacy of the Year!

Our POTY interview with Jack Muir Wilson, co-owner of Wilkinson’s Pharmacy in Burnie, Tasmania, which won the Excellence in Community Engagement, Health Services category

Our interview with Tina Pasyar from Pharmacy 777 Glengarry, POTY winner of the Excellence in Community Engagement, Collaboration and Partnerships category See our interview with Chetna Patel from Hardings 24-hour Pharmacy, winners …

Our first POTY interview with Chetna Patel from Hardings 24-hour Pharmacy, winners of the Excellence in Professional Innovation category

PSA is ‘waking up’ as an organisation and moving forward on key topics such as pharmacist remuneration, says president Chris Freeman The current rate of pay for pharmacists does not …