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Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news COVID‐19 diagnosis and management: a comprehensive review This article summarises the currently available data on the clinical features of and treatment …

A Canberra area pharmacist and PhD candidate is examining burnout in pharmacists in the context of COVID-19 Karlee Johnston is looking for pharmacists in all Australian settings to take part …

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 …

Old mobile phones and a lack of trust in government are the main reasons Tasmanian residents say they cannot or will not download the COVIDSafe app A University of Tasmania …

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 …

Mental health first aid training is beneficial for community pharmacy staff and residents in rural and regional areas, study finds Researchers have evaluated the impact of Mental Health First Aid …

The top 1% of prescribers accounted for 49% of all opioid doses and 27% of all opioid prescriptions, US study finds A retrospective, observational study has examined the distribution and patterns …

Pharmacological treatment for obesity; hormone therapy for postmenopausal women; and mepolizumab in patients with severe asthma… Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news Pharmacological Treatment for …

New research from Monash University links falls with medication initiation and dose changes Researchers from Monash University’s Centre for Medicine Use and Safety (CMUS) have conducted a root cause analysis …

Many pharmacy graduates say they are turning their backs on the industry, but how much do satisfaction levels or work-life balance play a role While there are many anecdotal reports …

Responses by pharmacy organisations to the Royal Commission into Aged Care interim report are not based on evidence, argues Dr Juanita Breen At the end of October the Royal Commission …

‘In terms of Australia, there are mistakes that can be learnt from Canada’: we speak with an expert about the clinical use of medicinal cannabis Medicinal cannabis is a burgeoning …