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Jala Moushi looks into a fairly common pharmacy experience: a patient who presents with self-diagnosed vaginal thrush    Everything that itches is not vaginal thrush: The case of self-diagnosed vaginal …

Helen O’Byrne, president of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia (Tas) talks about her plans for pharmacists to play a greater role in vaccinations and other new areas of practice    …

Rochelle Courtenay, founder of Share the Dignity, talks about the work her charity undertakes, and to ask pharmacy for help   Share the Dignity, founded by Rochelle Courtenay in 2015, directly …

Pharmacists play a vital role in assisting women with their healthcare needs throughout all stages of life. In this installment of our women’s health series we look at factors more …

Menopause is a time of life which brings a range of symptoms—some of which will be felt severely by some women, while others barely suffer at all—accompanied by a great deal of sensationalised media …

Medici Capital announces details of its two popular conferences: for want-to-be owners, and for female pharmacists  Following the success of their 2018 conference program, Medici Capital has confirmed its two …

Workers in retail pharmacy are more susceptible to burnout, with women struggling more than men, according to a new report The pharmaceutical industry is one of the most resilient across …

The inaugural Women Pharmacist Day will be held tomorrow on Friday 12 October, in conjunction with National Pharmacist Month across the US The first-ever Women Pharmacist Day will be celebrated …

Jean Hailes has released the results of their fourth annual Women’s Health Survey… here’s what they found This week is Women’s Health Week (3-7 September). The Jean Hailes Women’s Health …

Diversity will be a key focus at APP2018, with a commemorative panel session and a women’s networking lunch on the program. The Ann Dalton Address: From tokenism to leadership – …

More women are dying from COPD than breast and lung cancer combined, according to a new report The report, co-authored by Professor Christine Jenkins from The George Institute for Global …

With men more likely than women to have their cardiovascular disease risk factors measured by their GP, can pharmacists help bridge the divide? Research from The George Institute for Global …