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Get your #APP2019 highlights here! Day One of the conference opened with a traditional smoking ceremony; the jam-packed day included addresses by Health Minister Greg Hunt and Opposition Health Minister …

Miranda chats with AJP Editor Chris Brooker about what happened on the first day of APP2019

We kick off #APP2019 with an interview with David Weston, CEO of AJP – the event’s official video and publication sponsor. 

Counter configuration versus service specialisation: a critical pharmacy juggling act, says Glenn Guilfoyle From the myriad compromises and juggling acts we see pharmacists and their teams needing to live with, …

The robust pharmacy market of the last few years may face disruption from a number of external factors in 2019 says Natalie Sirianni For those of you that regularly read …

Despite the plethora of online information, when it comes to children’s health parents will often seek the trusted advice of their local pharmacist Looking after a sick child or infant …

Relationships with the local community are crucial to the success of Emerald Plaza Pharmacy, the first in our series profiling the 2019 Pharmacy of the Year finalists  The difficulty in …

What’s one of the crucial mistakes first-time pharmacy owners are making? John Thornett gives his view Owning a pharmacy is not easy. Why? Because the industry is at a time …

The new year is with us, and AJP is back and ready to report all the news and views relevant to pharmacy Our first daily newsletter for the year will …

Given that more than 10 million Australians traveled overseas last year, could your pharmacy take on a bigger role in travel health? As more people embark on international travel, not only …

The best in tweets for pharmacy and health this week… A huge THANK YOU to the pharmacist who just saved my patient from getting a 10-fold overdose because of my …

What are the lessons from the recent pharmacy valuation season? John Thornett explains Since 30 June 2018 valuation activity has certainly been very high. We have seen activity pick up …