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A coroner has criticised a GP for ‘sub-optimal’ treatment of a woman who died from respiratory failure ACT woman Lesley Kaye Hasleby was 61 years …

An anonymous doctor has told media more than 200 people are being turned away from GP surgeries a day in Ballarat alone… but pharmacists want …

The AMA has again taken a swipe at pharmacists over proposed changes in Queensland, saying they will put GPs out of a job Australian Medical …

Professor Debra Rowett has pointed out the need for interprofessional communication to help address a number of health issues Speaking at the Emeritus Professor Lloyd …

A cohort study has examined five years’ worth of AHPRA notifications and found pharmacists comprise only 5% – while more than half pertained to doctors …

Representatives of the AMA have again attacked pharmacy over sick notes, after a Herald Sun reporter obtained one in less than two minutes Doctors and …

AHPRA has successfully prosecuted a former medical practitioner for claiming a member of his staff was a registered health practitioner when they were not Former …

Doctors have slammed the Chronic Pain MedsChecks trial, following a doctors’ magazine report on anaesthetists’ concerns As reported in AJP last month, Dr Meredith Craigie, …

The NSW inquiry into ice may be less important than focusing on pill testing and legal drug harm, says a prominent GP This week, NSW …

Another prominent GP has criticised pharmacist vaccinations, calling the expanded NSW program “shortsighted” In late October, the NSW Government announced that it would expand pharmacist …

It’s been an action-packed week in community pharmacy… A pub with no beer is bad enough, but this week we also took a look at …

The new RACGP Chair has criticised expanded pharmacy vaccinations in NSW, but the Guild NSW president says pulling the ‘money making’ card is hypocrisy New …