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The AJP Podcast is here! Listen to the first two episodes. Here’s what it’s all about Welcome to our podcast by pharmacists, for pharmacists, brought to you by the AJP. …

In this episode, Carlene McMaugh gains advice from leading pharmacists on some tips for starting your career, changing your career path or considering career options. Among those Carlene speaks to …

The $10,000 Pfizer Young Pharmacist Grant is back, supported by the National Translational Research Collaborative According to the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, the grant offers hospital pharmacy’s future …

A career survey has found most pharmacists and interns are generally satisfied with current employment opportunities… but it’s not all sunshine and roses either In mid-2016 pharmacy researchers from the …

The latest numbers from the Pharmacy Board, as pharmacy workforce continues to grow The Pharmacy Board of Australia has listed its registrant data for the period of 1 October to …

We speak to Krysti-Lee Rigby, voted by readers at number three in our list of Pharmacy’s 10 Rising Stars AJP spoke to Krysti-Lee to find out more about her career …

Whether you’re a first year student, have just finished your degree, or have over 30 years’ experience, it can’t be denied that the pharmacy world is changing, writes Sandra Minas …

Community pharmacy or hospital pharmacy? That is the question… Or is it? These are actually just two options among an array of career pathways, with many pharmacists unaware of just …

A controversial report argues “absurdly low” wages of pharmacists are the elephant in the room Read Workforce Woes: Part 1 here. Last week AJP spoke with pharmacy recruitment specialist and CEO …

“There is almost a 100% trend in CPD questions to indicate the INCORRECT option in a group of otherwise correct answers. In years past questioners would make up a bunch …

Stress in the pharmacy is reaching its peak in the face of overwhelming workloads for underwhelming pay After receiving an abundance of thought-provoking comments from you, our AJP readers, about workplace …