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New protocols are “shining the spotlight on the importance of medication review at transitions of care,” say pharmacist experts The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia (SHPA) has unveiled a new …

As the final hearing into the aged care sector takes place, stakeholders are calling for change – with one group calling for nothing less than a complete overhaul of the …

As doctors call for telehealth provisions to become permanent, pharmacy stakeholders have some concerns: remuneration for pharmacies, and whether takeup is being quantified The Australian Medical Association says that Australian …

A new pilot scheme has shown the value of integrating clinical pharmacists into general practice The NHS England funded pilot saw more than 490 pharmacists placed in more than 650 …

A British pharmacist has been struck off the register after failing to complete paperwork for as many as 138 medicines reviews while he worked for Boots Adam Hamer’s case was …

Pharmacists are set to provide medication management support for RDNS nurses, clients and carers under a new East Melbourne initiative Older people referred for home nursing support who are at …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at what’s new in research pertaining to pharmacy Pharmacist-led medication review in community settings Moderate and high quality systematic reviews support the value of pharmacist-led …

A new British preliminary study has supported changes to hospital protocols whereby pharmacists would provide medicines reconciliation Pharmacist-provided medicines reconciliation within 24 hours of admission and on discharge: a randomised …

French study finds evidence that hospital medication reviews may have a positive impact – but overall evidence remains flimsy Researchers from the Hôpitaux de Marseille, France, conducted a systemic review …