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What happened in the world of pharmacy on Twitter this week? Looking at the best, most encouraging, and funniest tweets related to pharmacy and health this week. Nurse: “Pharmacy” Me: …

Six common mistakes that pharmacies are making with their social media, by Sarah Rendell In Australia according to Sensis almost eight in ten people now use social media. That’s why …

Pharmacists are one of the most right-swiped groups on Tinder, the app has announced But it seems not all pharmacists are equal: female pharmacists only made the top 10 lists …

The TGA has officially launched its Facebook page, following a soft launch last month The Therapeutic Goods Administration joined Facebook in August 2018, and invited a small group of people …

Doctors have condemned NSW Labor’s proposal to extend pharmacist vaccination scope “Access to poor quality care is really not access to care at all,” AMA spokesman Kean Seng Lim told …

PSA president’s tweet goes viral, while medicinal cannabis and opioids were a point of discussion… as was the World Cup of course My daughter who has ASD received straights Ds …

If you’re feeling stressed, a University of Queensland research team have a potential solution: quit Facebook And the benefits of a Facebook break are independent of whether you’re worried that …

The Pharmacy Guild has developed social media guidelines for pharmacists Social networks and other forms of online electronic publishing are an important opportunity for small businesses to promote their services to …

The Pharmacy Guild has come under fire for querying the employer role in paid parental leave As part of its submission to the Senate Inquiry on red tape, the Pharmacy …

Australians of all ages are increasingly reliant on mobiles and social media, a new survey shows A new survey by the Australian Psychological Society has shown that Australians generally find …

7 ways to ensure your social media strategy is working for you and your business, by leading expert Mel Kettle Know why you’re online It’s all very well to be …

Search terms such as “vegan” and “mental health” have risen, while “fitness” and “obesity” declined significantly, according to University of Canberra study A report, released on Monday by Federal Assistant …