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Pharmacy needs to engage with, and learn from, its future health professionals, writes Angelo Pricolo It was a privilege to have the opportunity to address the National Australian Pharmacy Students …

The eleventh National Student Business Plan Competition is now underway – testing the flair and entrepreneurship of students preparing for a career in community pharmacy The Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s …

The enthusiasm of pharmacy students attending the 2017 NAPSA Congress indicates the profession’s future will be in safe hands, says the association’s president President of the National Australian Pharmacy Students’ …

Could demotivated pharmacists have ultimately caused the codeine upschedule? asks David Paulmert From the first of February 2018, all over-the-counter codeine-containing products will be removed from their current schedule, and …

Pharmacy students are mostly positive about the future but are hoping for better pay and conditions on entering the workforce The National Australian Pharmacy Students’ Association (NAPSA) has released the …

The student organisation hopes that in 2017, graduates will enter the profession with more positivity about their future Some students need support to help see their future in pharmacy as …

Pharmacy students are often distressed about a perceived lack of opportunity within the profession – so initiatives like the discontinued National Credentialling Program of Advanced Practice Pharmacists matter a great …

Advanced Practice Pharmacist credentialing is key to the future of the profession, writes Shefali Parekh Credentialing of Advanced Practice Pharmacists has been the talk of the town since the Australian …

We take a look at pharmacy news from around the world Minnesota, US: The Minnesota State Pharmacy Board is proposing new rules which would prohibit pharmacies from requiring pharmacists to …

NAPSA has congratulated the SHPA on the support for its inaugural Residency Program, which is set to commence in 2017. “Thirty-two accreditation applications representing 54 hospitals is an outstanding result …

Pharmacy students from La Trobe University in Bendigo will be the first in Victoria – and among only a few in the country – to learn how to immunise patients …

Working within a simulated pharmacy as part of a new cutting-edge educational game is what Griffith Bachelor of Pharmacy students can expect from this semester. Signalling a first in Australia, …