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Non-dispensing pharmacists led to less hospitalisations than usual care in study, but the same outcome was found in trained, collaborative community pharmacists A study has found fully integrated non-dispensing pharmacists …

The University of Canberra is looking for a PhD candidate for a project on integrating pharmacists in aged care facilities Location: Health Research Institute, University of Canberra Start: July to …

Study shows state expansion of hormonal contraception prescribing authority to pharmacists helps women obtain better access and prevent unintended pregnancy US researchers have looked at the impact of expanding pharmacist …

New research could help to shed light on the genes that predispose people to the illness, so experts can ultimately develop more personalised treatments and find a cure Australian researchers …

Could this common plant provide a low-cost, effective treatment option for smokers trying to quit? NSW smokers who want to quit are being recruited to take part in a world-first …

Pharmacist charting is effective in increasing rates of influenza vaccination among hospitalised patients, according to new Australian research In a study conducted at The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, a pharmacist and …

The completion of a pharmacy degree is no small feat, and graduates should be ready to hit the ground running in the next milestone, writes Tim Roberts As pharmacy schools …

PSA has enrolled its first New Zealand pharmacist in the Diploma of Leadership and Management customised specifically for pharmacists PSA and the Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand have collaborated to …

New university rankings have placed Monash University second in the world and first in Australia and the Asia-Pacific for pharmacy and pharmacology The 2017 edition of the QS World University …