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Australian pharmacists Dr Rebekah Moles and Associate Professor Jennifer Marriott were among the 11 pharmacists from eight countries honoured with Fellowships at the opening ceremony of the 75th International Pharmaceutical …

Learning together with other health professionals is becoming more mainstream for pharmacists and future pharmacists, according to the FIP Education Initiative Report. The report, Interprofessional education in a pharmacy context: …

Australia is on the cusp of a generational change in healthcare policy, driven by powerful external forces making governments rethink the way healthcare services are delivered, says Robert Lippiatt, Convenor …

Mindfulness can make a huge difference to pharmacy practice, says Dr Craig Hassed, senior lecturer, department of general practice, Monash University. Monash University pharmacy and medicine students undertake a mandatory …

Pharmacy needs to reconsider ‘cheesy’ non-evidence-based services, stop letting pharmacists hide out the back and stop trying to out-Wool Woolworths, experts say. The sector needs to move from supply of …

Pharmacy needs to make the case that it should remain viable because it delivers equitable community healthcare, Nick Panayiaris, SA Guild president, told the Friendlies’ Conference in Adelaide. Panayiaris sits …

Ground-breaking findings that may help the one in five Australians who live with chronic pain will be unveiled at the 2015 Blackmores Institute Symposium by internationally acclaimed integrative medicine expert, …

In a few weeks, hundreds of pharmacy assistants will make their way to the Gold Coast for the annual Pharmacy Assistant National Conference (PA2015); allowing them to attend can be …

Eltham pharmacist Michael Williams has taken out the title of fastest pharmacist, winning the Medici Capital Pharmacy Ski Race for 2015. The annual race was held at Mt Buller this …

The recent PSA15 conference held in Sydney has emerged as the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s most successful onshore conference to date, PSA says. Around 900 registrations were recorded for the …

Terry White Chemists says it’s on track for a record today, with more than 500 delegates from around Australia pouring into Melbourne’s Grand Hyatt for what promises to be the …

The Minister for Health, Sussan Ley, will officially open the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s annual conference, PSA15, in Sydney on July 31. Under the theme of Leading Pharmacy Innovation, the …