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Pharmacist and PhD candidate Dimi Hoppe contemplates the research journey and ‘thinking outside the box’ I can’t help but notice the similarities between the research journey and the mythological hero’s …

How many Australian pharmacists receive sexual misconduct notifications, either by a colleague, employer or patient? Research led by Dr Marie Bismark, from the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news Interventions Delivered in the Community Pharmacy to Manage Allergic Rhinitis Pharmacists have a valuable role in the management of …

Fewer than 1% of pharmacists accounted for nearly a third of all complaints in Australia, according to new research A review of data on all pharmacists registered to practise in …

A multinational study involving Australian researchers has found more evidence for cardiovascular benefits associated with the newest group of oral medications used to treat type 2 diabetes New research has …

New findings about the use of a steroid in treating COVID-19 constitute an “important step” in its management, says one pharmacy expert Researchers from the University of Oxford have released …

All eyes were on Canberra this week, with the biggest news the signing of the Seventh Community Pharmacy Agreement in the nation’s capital on Thursday night Stakeholders have welcomed the …

A pharmacist has been awarded a $1.5 million Federal Government grant to investigate how to safely reduce inappropriate medications prescribed to older Australians Dr Emily Reeve, a researcher and Lecturer …

A group of researchers, statisticians and clinicians, including doctors and pharmacists, have called for an independent audit and review of The Lancet’s large hydroxychloroquine study Last month, a large observational …

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 …