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medicines management


Speaking to the next person in our 14 most influential people in pharmacy campaign, as voted by you Amy Page Lead Pharmacist – Rehabilitation Aged and Community Care, Alfred Health …

Aged care service providers may well be holding their breath while the Royal Commission into Aged Care investigates how our society cares for its aged and infirm, writes Gerard Stevens …

More than 1,000 delegates, six streams, pre-conference workshops, three main conference days and, last but not least, one unforgettable gala dinner… Early bird registrations have opened for Medicines Management 2018, …

When Prahran resident Mark Scott’s mother was hospitalised last year, support from a community pharmacist on her return home helped significantly Mark’s mother, 85, was receiving daily visits from Bolton …

Join pharmacy’s leading minds for Australia’s leading clinical pharmacy conference One of Australia’s largest pharmacy gatherings is set to make a splash in Sydney this month, and there’s still time …

Pharmacy support for carers needs a much higher profile, says an Amcal spokesperson Amcal is hosting a booth at the 7th International Carers Conference, currently underway in Adelaide, where pharmacists …

Australian health and consumer groups have banded together to release a statement calling for an end to overdiagnosis and overtreatment A group of clinicians, consumers and policy makers have released …

Pharmacists can play a key role in reducing the stigma of ADHD ADHD experts have slammed comments made in MJA InSight yesterday as stigmatising and trivialising the condition and strengthening …

Communication between the pharmacist, prescriber and aged care staff is a high-risk area for medication errors, says Webstercare’s Gerard Stevens On Tuesday AJP looked at a study by Monash University researchers recently …

A new study has taken an important step towards improving medicines management for people living with dementia. Fifty-seven experts from around Australia (58% of whom were pharmacists) have reached consensus …

SHPA CEO Kristin Michaels today called for joint Commonwealth and State action to reduce preventable hospital admissions resulting from poor management of medications. “Australia must take priority action to improve …