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What were our most popular posts this year?   FACEBOOK 16 January, 2019 ‘Why is my prescription taking so long?!’ 9 March, 2019 ‘Seriously amazing stuff from the NAPSA crew …

Pay, retention and regulatory issues topped the agenda for our readers over the last month  These were the ten most read stories on the AJP website from 15/10-15/11 Is there …

What were the 10 most-read feature articles on our website this year? A look at the most-read feature articles on the AJP website in 2018 reveals a real mixed bag …

Here’s what AJP readers clicked on most over the last month… Struck off: pharmacist implicated in death of patient Error death exposed ‘critical failure in pharmacy practice’ CWH calls for …

An unusual story tops the list of our 10 most read stories during the previous month Chemist Warehouse and pharmacist misconduct once again dominate the list of the 10 most …

What you clicked on this past month… 1. Chemist Warehouse slammed over $20 sick notes 2. Death caused by undetected e-prescribing error 3. Reprimand over S8 dispensing 4. Pharmacy attacked …

What you clicked on this month… 1. Pharmacists copping codeine price fury 2. CWH slammed over $20 sick notes 3. Pharmacy attacked over staff of Asian background 4. Penalties for …

What you clicked on Here are the 10 most-read stories on AJP in the past month. 1 NSW man died after electronic prescribing error, inquest hears 2 Dose concerns ignored …

Chemist Warehouse dominated the most-read stories on AJP for the past month… CWH announces seven new Supercare pharmacies Calls for CWH to be fined $2 million What is Chemist Warehouse …

The most-clicked stories on AJP.com.au in the past month… Time out: slapdown for pharmacy radio critic ‘It’s a toxic draining job’: what pharmacists said Low pay risking the profession Ownership …

What stories caught your eye in the past month 1. Compounding pharmacist to pay $73,000 in damages 2. Sigma drops Chemist Warehouse legal action 3. Workforce woes: Part 2 4. …

Here are the 10 most-read stories on AJP.com.au in the past month 1. $825 million announced in pharmacy program changes 2. Pricing overhaul 3. Doctors overtake pharmacists in image poll …