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The shopkeeper, the grocer, the locum, the homeopath, the community pharmacist… one researcher has attempted to classify pharmacists into various categories Pharmacists are not a homogeneous group, yet little attention …

Pharmacist researcher wins first place in international competition for paper on antipsychotic and benzodiazepine reduction Daniel Hoyle, a PhD candidate at the University of Tasmania’s School of Medicine, has won …

Non-dispensing pharmacists led to less hospitalisations than usual care in study, but the same outcome was found in trained, collaborative community pharmacists A study has found fully integrated non-dispensing pharmacists …

Young people taking pregabalin may be at increased risk of harm including suicidal behaviour and injury, according to a cohort study Swedish and British researchers have explored a possible association …

Pharmacists are saying it’s not possible to multitask professional services alongside dispensing and counselling, according to researcher Preliminary research shows providing professional services is a different role altogether to the …

A review of coronial findings saw one case where the pharmacist contributed to cause of death, however most others did not make any recommendations to pharmacists Researchers from the University …

The University of Canberra is looking for a PhD candidate for a project on integrating pharmacists in aged care facilities Location: Health Research Institute, University of Canberra Start: July to …

The largest single study to date has concluded that MMR vaccination does not increased autism risk, even among children with other risk factors for autism A nationwide cohort study of …

An Australian study has looked at patients’ and carers’ choices and use of asthma preventer medicines Cost may be a barrier for patient adherence to preventer medicines, according to research …

Study shows state expansion of hormonal contraception prescribing authority to pharmacists helps women obtain better access and prevent unintended pregnancy US researchers have looked at the impact of expanding pharmacist …

Stigma for those with opioid dependency is still a barrier to access, but experts point out that overdose in people who use opioids for chronic pain is also on the …

A new meta-analysis published in The Lancet has shown evidence that statins significantly reduce risk of major heart issues, irrespective of age In a meta-analysis of nearly 187,000 people who had …