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Anti-vaccinators make murder claim against pharmacy staff; Canadian journalists go undercover on pharmacy homeopathy, CVS to slash outlets Blenheim, New Zealand: Staff were left “stressed and upset” after two men …

Considering the key factors involved in proton pump Inhibitor therapy may assist pharmacists in initiating successful step-down attempts Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) is a common complaint among the general community. …

New UK data shows pharmacy’s worth; Kiwis worried about discount impact; UK pharmacies to be “decimated” by online competitors UK: More than 1.1 million informal consultations a week – or 58 million …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Medication Management in Frail Older People Frailty is a geriatric condition associated with increased vulnerability to adverse drug events and medication-related …

One pharmacy stakeholder group has issued a policy statement on moving towards a sustainable remuneration model for professional services “A common concern among pharmacy associations worldwide is the long-term financial …

South African pharmacy chain in racism row; England quantifies its unpaid pharmacist consults; US pharmacists want to vaccinate against COVID South Africa: South Africa’s largest pharmacy chain, Clicks Pharmacy, has …

Pharmacists in this new study say unremunerated services account for 15%–50% of their daily activities, with competition from discount pharmacies putting these at risk Pharmacists report delivering unfunded services daily …

Doctors have reiterated claims that pharmacist prescribing is like “Russian Roulette,” accusing the Queensland Government of promoting cut-price health care at pharmacies The Australian Medical Association’s Queensland branch has responded …

An Australian S8 first once again raises the question of MBS numbers for pharmacists, writes Angelo Pricolo Patients are the real winners as Victorian pharmacists will become the first in …

It’s been a long time coming, but the 6CPA’s mental health pharmacy trial is now getting off the ground – at a key time for Australians with mental illnesses One …

Pharmacies around the world are implementing strategies which are benefiting health enormously, says an award-winning pharmacist Lucy Walker, owner of the Terry White Chemmart Goondiwindi in rural Queensland (which was …

Community pharmacy-based interventions most likely have a positive effect on health behaviours, intermediate clinical outcomes and quality of life in patients, Cochrane review finds The Cochrane review set out to …