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Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research


Pharmacist support and collaboration with junior doctors saw a reduction of dose errors from 54% down to 7%, according to a new study Researchers from New Zealand have tested a …

A leading pharmacist and a lawyer go head-to-head in the debate over pharmacist prescribing “Pharmacist prescribing should be implemented in Australia, without delay,” argues PSA vice president Shane Jackson in …

One quarter of caregivers do not know the maximum daily dose of Children’s Panadol, and 13% even think it contains codeine, an Australian survey has found Researchers from the University of …

AJP looks closely at some of the statements in the recent JPPR debate between GP Dr Evan Ackermann and consultant clinical pharmacist Debbie Rigby This week we covered a new …

A recent Australian trial found pharmacist involvement in medication charting lowered inaccuracies from 41.1% to just 1.4%. AJP spoke with the lead researcher to find out more… During the one-month …

Online now, the August issue of SHPA’s flagship journal will be the first of a thrice-yearly publication on women’s and children’s therapeutics The theme of Women’s and Children’s Therapeutics for …