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Think deregulation will improve wages and conditions for pharmacists? Think again, writes Natalie Gauld The worst thing we can do is put pharmacy into the control of retailers, according to …

Making use of your pharmacy’s data is less daunting than it may look, writes Guy Mckenzie It’s hard to turn from what you know. It seems to be when someone …

Interns aren’t just a low-priced replacement pharmacist or dispensary tech, writes Elise Apolloni Intern pharmacists are quite possibly the most rewarding part of my job as a community pharmacist and …

Brenda Davy takes a look at the the evidence base for CMs Complementary medicines have existed for centuries and have provided the basis for many of the formulations of ‘conventional’ …

A short list of tips for Pokémon Go players who want to avoid stepping on people’s toes – both figuratively and literally My husband and I were walking through Priceline …

Pharmacy has a lot to learn from the Sensaslim debacle—but is it interested in doing so? wonders Ian Carr A short few years ago, one Groundhog Day in the diet …

Australia needs to reject racism and end the poor treatment of Sydney Swans star Adam Goodes, writes George Tambassis As tens of thousands of young Australians take to sporting fields …

Most pharmacy leaders are men: so where are the women leaders in pharmacy? writes Samantha Kourtis The vast majority of pharmacy students and graduates are now women; yet less than …

There’s no excuse for just going through the motions in pharmacy, writes Karalyn Huxhagen I admit to being one of those people who seek out the programs that can assist …

Cause marketing is a great way to get pharmacy customers to care about your business. The catch is you need to really mean it, writes Ian Shanks There’s a lot …

A crackdown on access to codeine combination analgesics could leave us all worse off, writes Dr Deon Schoombie. Millions of Australians use over-the-counter medicines on a regular basis for a …

Australia lags internationally when it comes to down-scheduling medicines; leading New Zealand pharmacist Natalie Gauld explores why, and how the Australian pharmacy landscape could benefit from increasing access to drugs …