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Award-winning pharmacist Lucy Walker is heading off on a round-the-world trip to investigate the best of the best pharmacy practice Owner of the Terry White Chemmart Goondiwindi in rural Queensland …

Relaxing current regulations on e-cigarettes is unlikely to result in further smoking cessation in young adults as most are using them for enjoyment, say Australian researchers Among Australian young adults …

The University of Sydney has launched a new effort to drive a coordinated approach to drug discovery The new Drug Discovery Initiative (DDI) unites researchers, clinicians and industry to develop promising drugs …

Researchers from QUT are investigating how pharmacists manage the emotional and professional impacts of patient death Marea Patounas, associate lecturer in pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences at QUT, told the AJP …

Top researchers have gained a funding boost to look into medicines, deprescribing and opioid-related harms Several pharmacy and medicines researchers have been awarded fellowships and grants in the recent National …

A review of discrepancies between medicines information held by the GP and that discovered during HMRs has found a large amount were a potentially serious risk An Australian study has …

New studies reveal the value of pharmacists in general practice, and dispel the “baseless fear mongering” surrounding the model of practice, say researchers Recent research demonstrates high levels of interaction …

A project to rediscover lost antibiotics and fight drug-resistant bugs has secured $3 million in Federal Government funding The funding through the Cooperative Research Centre Project (CRC-P) Program was announced …

A trial of sildenafil in pregnant women has been stopped after eleven babies died The Amsterdam University Medical Centre has confirmed that it has stopped a study of the effect …

A new study is recruiting accredited pharmacists to examine how a support system can help in the management of older patients “People with dementia in the community setting are prescribed …

A new study of 1500 participants, recruited through Australian community pharmacies, has found cannabis may not necessarily be a panacea for pain Cannabis has been heralded as a potential alternative …

A new initiative is set to help improve medication management in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people Equitable access and effective use of medicine is critical to closing the gap …