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A US study has compiled a list of the most common personality types in student pharmacists – and found a definite theme of being achievement-oriented, enjoying learning and valuing relationships. …

The first Australian Pharmacist Workforce Summit has underscored the need for a longer-term blueprint on the role of pharmacists in the future. The summit, held in Melbourne last week, issued …

Group Facilitator of the Mackay Pain Support Group, Karalyn Huxhagen, has been announced as the winner of the 2015 PSA Award for Quality Use of Medicines in Pain Management. Huxhagen …

PSA Queensland Branch President and community pharmacist owner from Yeppoon in Queensland, Bruce Elliot, has been appointed to the newly formed Primary Health Care Advisory Group which is part of …

Nominations for the PSA Awards for Excellence, including Pharmacist of the Year, close on Friday, June 26, 2015. The awards, sponsored by Symbion, acknowledge and recognise some of the profession’s …

The Charnwood Capital Chemist has donated an electric breast pump to the Emergency Department at the nearby Calvary Hospital in Canberra’s North. Managing partner at the pharmacy, which won the …

The best of WA’s pharmacists have been acknowledged at the Western Australian Pharmacists Award night in Perth. Pharmaceutical Society of Australia WA Branch President, Teresa Di Franco, said the event …

William Charman, dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Monash University has been chosen to lead the International Pharmaceutical Federation Education Initiative Steering Committee. Professor Charman was …

Recent media attacks on pharmacists and their integrity are both unfounded and unwarranted, the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia says. National President of the PSA, Grant Kardachi, says the attacks contain …

Negativity about pharmacy amongst young pharmacists is misplaced, writes PSA Young Pharmacist of the Year Taren Gill It’s an exciting time to be a young pharmacist in Australia: every problem …