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The Pharmacists’ Support Service and the National Australian Pharmacy Students’ Association have signed a Memorandum of Understanding The MOU formalises their ongoing relationship for the next three years and includes …

This week saw one of the most talked-about changes in pharmacy history finally take place: low-dose codeine is now Prescription Only The mainstream media reported extensively on the upschedule, with …

Good vibes and dance moves took centre stage at the NAPSA Congress Ball, with top members awarded for their dedication and enthusiasm Early last week pharmacy students descended upon Sydney …

Pain was on the agenda this week, as the disagreements about codeine continue On Thursday, Health Minister Greg Hunt announced a $20 million initiative, run through community pharmacies, to help …

SHPA and NAPSA have announced a raft of new events and projects to support the next generation of leading pharmacists, technicians and pharmacy assistants Three new initiatives were unveiled this …

Pharmacists’ remuneration should reflect their training and expertise, says pharmacist and MP Emma McBride Pharmacists are highly trained, capable people and their remuneration needs to reflect this, says Emma McBride, …

NAPSA immediate past president Shefali Parekh shares her secrets to success and advice for other young women in pharmacy In the second year of my Bachelor of Pharmacy degree I …

Hospital pharmacy interest is growing among students, according to a NAPSA survey, but there is a need for more placements, guidance and support Findings from National Pharmacy Students Survey (NPSS) …

We speak to Sam Turner, a popular president of NAPSA in 2014/15, selected as one of AJP’s 10 Rising Stars of Pharmacy. AJP: What are you currently up to in …

Pharmacy students say the Productivity Commission’s report displays its ignorance on pharmacy The National Australian Pharmacy Students’ Association issued a statement in which it says it supports some of the …

New VicHealth research has found that LGBTQI+ Victorians have significantly lower levels of mental wellbeing The research showed that LGBTQI+ Victorians rated their mental wellbeing score as 73.6, compared with …

The PSA has come out in support of marriage equality, saying same-sex marriage policies support better health outcomes PSA says it is committed to improving health outcomes for all Australians, …