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Pharmacists are being invited to have their say about CPD plans As the CPD year draws to a close, QUT Discipline of Pharmacy unit coordinator and PhD candidate Wendy Thompson …

A QUT senior lecturer and pharmacist is seeking to map pharmacists’ attitudes towards euthanasia and assisted suicide Tony Hall, from the School of Clinical Sciences, Queensland University of Technology, is …

Cannabidiol has significantly reduced convulsive seizures in a group of children with a severe form of epilepsy, a new study has found Five per cent of children became seizure-free in …

The health community is moving towards a new era of medicines, but how should it best go about navigating the change? The move towards systems therapeutics was discussed at the …

A drug compound being developed in Australia to combat the common cold virus and associated airway infections is set to be fast-tracked The molecule is being pushed for clinical trialling …

Scientists have developed a formulation that increases the delivery of a novel “antivirulence” agent to the lungs to manage cystic fibrosis A new rat study presented at the International Pharmaceutical …

Pharmacists are being asked to complete a survey looking at CPD plans QUT Discipline of Pharmacy unit coordinator and PhD candidate Wendy Thompson told the AJP that she is investigating …

A new collaborative is hoped to boost pharmacy research funding, reach and patient impact A new nationwide collaborative promises to better connect and support Australian pharmacy research organisations and individuals …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news pertinent to pharmacy Combined treatment with chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine sulfate shows no superiority over placebo for reduction of joint pain …

What are the demographic trends impacting community pharmacy? Mark McCrindle gives us a sneak preview of some insights to be presented at APP2017 APP always provides the opportunity to hear …

The Federal Government has approved the sale of medical marijuana via GPs, but several issues remain for prescribers, patients and other stakeholders Medicinal cannabis could be available under the new …

The Lancet commemorates evidence-based medicine a quarter century on Evidence-based medicine (EBM) started as a movement in the early 1990s, in order to evaluate and in turn acquire a better …