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professional pharmacy services


A systematic review and meta-analysis has found pharmacist-led education has a positive effect on HbA1c levels and self-care practices among type 2 diabetes patients Pharmacist-led …

While the award-winning program has gone quiet in the past year, insiders say it never really took off in the first place… AJP investigates In a …

There is a “very, very big gap in the payment model” for professional pharmacy services, says Trent Twomey Mr Twomey, Pharmacy Guild Queensland branch president, …

The majority of owners plan to move towards a professional services model, but those who do not cite uncertainty or unaffordability, according to Guild CPA …

Pharmacist interventions can achieve clinically relevant improvements for patients, but better quality of evidence is needed in the future, says Cochrane review lead author There …

A review of nearly 80 randomised trials has found pharmacist services for patients in the community had varying effects on outcomes compared with usual care …

A GP has written about collaboration with pharmacists, but also refers to the “ceaseless ambition of some pharmacist groups” for prescribing rights and service provision Dr …

Language is important, argues David Quilty, especially when it comes to the way we describe pharmacist activities The profession needs to realign the way it …

A literature review has found CP interventions are accessible and effective, but argues research should look into how GP pharmacists may impact these Community pharmacies …

Elise Apolloni shares what she learnt on her trip to ‘community pharmacy nirvana’ In search of what was bigger and better in the world of …

Funding for community pharmacy should not just be based on activity but on outcomes or bundled services for chronic care, says Guild leader The future …

A segment on The Today Show about expanded pharmacy roles has received strong responses from pharmacy leaders “Pharmacies want permission to treat patients,” television presenter …