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Steve Morris, the recipient of the SHPA’s Fred J. Boyd award, has issued a challenge to his fellow pharmacists  Adj A/Prof Morris, the CEO of NPS MedicineWise and former chief …

Pharmacy organisations have welcomed the new PSA CEO, signalling the important role he will have in continuing to progress partnerships with the industry The Pharmacy Guild of Australia and the …

The Health Minister has announced smaller opioid pack sizes and restrictions on the use of fentanyl patches In opening the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia 2019 Medicines Leadership Forum …

There should be one full-time integrated pharmacist for every 200 aged care residents, says hospital pharmacy group Pharmacists should be embedded in aged care homes to provide clinical services, said …

Hospital pharmacy group shares concerns about community pharmacy environment over downscheduling medicines – but the Guild says most pharmacies are properly equipped The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia (SHPA) …

Pharmacist support and collaboration with junior doctors saw a reduction of dose errors from 54% down to 7%, according to a new study Researchers from New Zealand have tested a …

We review the results of our poll, which received over 800 votes Over the past three weeks, AJP ran a poll asking readers which organisations they think should be able …

The PSA and SHPA have signed a Memorandum of Understanding enabling closer cooperation representing and empowering the majority and spectrum of Australia’s pharmacists and technicians The MoU, announced at the …

Hepatitis C has declined by 60% among people who inject drugs since new cures for the disease were made available on the PBS, new data show The report, released by …

Under fire hospital pharmacy budget measure postponed for three months Plans to align PBS wholesale mark-up arrangements between hospital and community pharmacy have been pushed back for three months. The …

This week’s confirmation of $44m in cuts to hospital pharmacy department budgets will have unforeseen impacts on the care of some of Australia’s most acutely unwell patients, says the SHPA …

Pharmacists are concerned about the findings of a new report which shows low rates of prescribing and dispensing of key medicines after cardiovascular events The report, Delivering better cardiac outcomes …