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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 …

A new drugs and medicines initiative in South East Queensland and Northern NSW is aiming to improve Australians’ health A first for Queensland led by Griffith’s School of Pharmacy, the …

WA researchers have shown the so-called “autism epidemic” is due to an increase in diagnosis – not vaccines Professor Andrew Whitehouse, Head of Autism Research at the Telethon Kids Institute …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Optimizing identification and management of COPD patients – reviewing the role of the community pharmacist This paper proposes key steps for …

Single administration drugs may soon deliver sustained dosages over weeks, months or potentially even years, research suggests Researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in …

Self control, the harms of pot, and fat genes: how the 44-year-old Dunedin study keeps on giving Gita Mishra, The University of Queensland After almost four-and-a half decades and from …

What will consumers gain from research into complementary medicines? Nicholas Fuller, University of Sydney and Colman Taylor, University of Sydney A new multimillion dollar deal between Swisse Wellness and CSIRO …