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July 1921: Did the Pharmacy Board approve a shopkeeper’s sales of cheap strychnine, harming pharmacists ‘in the public estimation’?  The July 1921 edition of AJP included a report on “an …

May 1946: Plans for the socialisation and nationalisation of medical services imperil the future of pharmacy, AJP claims   Far-reaching plans for the nationalisation of medical services in both Australia and …

May 1921: A pharmacist fights back after the profession comes under attack as being a ‘sordid and soulless scandal’  Pharmacy was coming under attack from a number of different fronts, …

April 1896: Parliament remains a ‘wayward maiden’ for pharmacist’s seeking to set aside intercolonial legislative differences  As Australian was in the process of moving towards it eventual Federation a mere …

Angelo Pricolo reflects on experiencing racism as a kid in the 1970s… and how it’s shaped his approach to his patients Growing up Italian in Australia in the 70s was …

April 1971: Are pharmacists just shopkeepers in the eyes of the public? Parliament hears about the latest developments “The physical appearance of most pharmacies led many people to regard the …

The big news in Australian pharmacy 125 years ago was a court case relating to the construction of a new building for the College of Pharmacy, Melbourne   The Pharmaceutical Society …

March 1946: Are you a salesman or a chemist? And the Guild launches a national marketing plan We take a look at some of the key stories in pharmacy from …

February 1921: A disgruntled pharmacy “Judas” is under fire for sharing trade secrets in the national press The February 1921 edition of the AJP including the ocverage of a letter …

February 1971: AJP warns against treating analgesics as ‘cut-price food’ as supermarket price war resumes   Pharmacists in early 1971 were being advised to educate the public on the dangers of …

Angelo Pricolo reflects on noisier and more frustrating times in community pharmacy… and a new, intrusive menace The pharmacy has become a quieter place as technology has improved conditions. The …

An investigation into missing hydrocodone revealed that a travelling pharmacist was a convicted murderer who had been on the run since 1971 American media have covered the capture of Leonard …