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A distinguished former public servant has criticised the Pharmacy Guild over its approach to professional services, but it says his comments are ‘out of date …

As the NSW election looms, hospital pharmacists have called on political parties to invest in pharmacy services The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia has …

Debbie Rigby takes a look around at recent research news Deprescribing conversations: a closer look at prescriber–patient communication Exploration of initiation, style and content of …

Professional services, My Health Record and antibiotic resistance were all key themes in pharmacy this week… It’s World Antibiotics Awareness Week, and Australian stakeholders celebrated …

A New Zealand PhD student is investigating the worth of the unpaid services provided by pharmacies – as well as how much they cost pharmacy, …

The pharmacy phase of a new campaign urging Victorians to save 000 for emergencies has launched And the campaign will likely boost awareness about the …

As we pass the halfway mark in the life of the Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement, we look at how it’s worked for pharmacy. By Chris …

Chris Brooker takes a look at the future of pharmacy Have you ever considered what stress coopers (the profession, not the excellent South Australian brewery) …

Adele Tahan bought her pharmacy just a few years after graduating university, but 16 years later it’s grown to become a go-to health hub in …

The PSA has renewed its call for pharmacists to be placed on the list of eligible allied health professionals for chronic disease management It’s been …

Pharmacists should be grabbing opportunities to positively impact on the health of patients with both hands, write Dr Shane Jackson and Dr Chris Freeman Dr …

We take a closer look at the Southcity Pharmacy Wagga Wagga, which was named winner of the Excellence in Community Engagement Award, and winner of …