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Clinical Interventions


With funding for clinical interventions cancelled from 1 July, pharmacies are still encouraged to undertake them where there is a clinical need Funding for the clinical interventions program has ceased …

The clinical interventions program is no longer continuing from 1 July, but there is scope for future investment in areas such as aged care and mental health On 18 June, …

Community pharmacy-based interventions most likely have a positive effect on health behaviours, intermediate clinical outcomes and quality of life in patients, Cochrane review finds The Cochrane review set out to …

A man has been fined $1000 for threatening to murder a pharmacist and his family A pharmacist employed by the Currimundi Marketplace Terry White Chemmart tried to speak to a …

Home blood pressure telemonitoring with pharmacist management lowered blood pressure more than usual care for 18 months… but the benefits weren’t sustained long-term A study recently published in JAMA has …

A literature review has found CP interventions are accessible and effective, but argues research should look into how GP pharmacists may impact these Community pharmacies are well located to deliver …

New research reveals community pharmacist-led interventions can positively impact on medication adherence, BP control, cholesterol management, COPD and asthma control Researchers from the School of Pharmacy at The University of …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news  Pain as a disease: an overview This article analyses the notion of pain as a disease through an historical overview of …

This week’s contributor wanted to remain anonymous: here, our Guest Author asks whether the Clinical Intervention scheme should exist in its current form at all A brief overview Let’s begin …