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emergency medicine


Can pharmacists transform prescribing through protocol change and prescriber education? A US study has looked at the role pharmacists can play in impacting prescribing habits for patients discharged from hospital …

TV provides unrealistic expectations of emergency healthcare, contributing to lower levels of patient satisfaction, says a new study Sure, go ahead and daydream about those gorgeous Hollywood doctors and their …

A large Australian study has deemed acupuncture equivalent and non-inferior to pharmacotherapy in providing analgesia for back and ankle pain However both options were considered inadequate for pain relief within …

Pharmacists in West London have been working to help people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy UK pharmacy magazine Chemist + Druggist spoke to Rekha Shah, CEO at Pharmacy …

SHPA will be launching a new framework for its members on 1 June, covering 26 specialty practice streams from cardiology and compounding to rural practice and women’s health The new model will …

The bushfires in Western Australia and South Australia and the prospect of a hot dry summer have reinforced the need for residents in areas susceptible to natural disasters such as …

Pharmacists have an enormous amount to offer by entering the ambulance world and other less typical environments, writes Dr Peter Hayball Why would a complex ambulance service not employ a …

The Productivity Commission’s new report on primary and community health has identified avoidable pressure on hospital emergency departments, which highlight scope for Australia’s community pharmacies to help, says the Pharmacy …