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RMMRs


Can non-dispensing pharmacists play a crucial role such as prescribing and advising GPs… or should this role be filled by community pharmacists instead Pharmacist researcher Dr Janet Sluggett, an NHMRC …

PPA has urged the Pharmacy Guild to pass newly-decided pay rises of up to 15% on to their employees in full Professional Pharmacists Australia says that the decision by the …

Pharmacy stakeholders have criticised the overuse of psychotropic medications in residential nursing homes, following an ABC inquiry Pharmacists working in aged care settings could do a lot to improve such …

When a pharmacist first turned up at an aged care home in Canberra, staff didn’t know what to do with him… but by the time a pilot study ended they …

Pharmacists are calling for restrictions on RMMRs to be lifted after study results reveal “concerning” levels of psychotropic overuse in aged care settings A new study published in the Australian …

When you take a patient’s blood pressure, provide smoking cessation advice, or spend time answering questions about medication use, where should the money come from? It’s the question on everybody’s …

Many AJP readers believe caps on HMRs should be increased or removed completely, and the program should be given more funding – preferably through the MBS According to an AJP …

What do you think needs to happen in the medicines review space? The King Review panel has acknowledged that changes need to be made in this space, with several submissions …

What can be done to reduce medication errors and inappropriate prescriptions among residents? A systematic review conducted by Monash University researchers and published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics …