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women’s health


New cervical screening test, which replaces the old Pap test, begins 1 December 2017 The new test is a more accurate way of screening for …

New data suggest young women need more education around contraception choice, and pharmacists are perfectly positioned to help A new survey of over a thousand …

Most women are unaware or misinformed about the most effective reversible contraceptives on the market, say women’s health experts The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association …

With strong new evidence published this week, the PBAC has recommended the 9-valent HPV vaccine replace the current quadrivalent one In response to a request …

Most women describe their overall health as good or very good, but mental health issues are rife Jean Hailes for Women’s Health has released its …

Online now, the August issue of SHPA’s flagship journal will be the first of a thrice-yearly publication on women’s and children’s therapeutics The theme of …

Five million Australians are affected by incontinence, but many don’t seek help or don’t know the most appropriate product… This presents a huge opportunity for …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news  Effects of empagliflozin on the urinary albumin-to-creatinine ratio in patients with type 2 diabetes and established …

British women are condemning Boots UK’s decision not to follow competitors in lowering the price of emergency contraception The Superdrug and Tesco chains recently reduced …

Pharmacies in Melbourne’s north-west are participating in a pilot advocating for breast cancer screening Between July and September, select pharmacies in Moonee Ponds, Ascot Vale …

In response to concerns about raising the screening starting age from 18 to 25, researchers have reviewed the risks As previously reported in the AJP, …

SHPA will be launching a new framework for its members on 1 June, covering 26 specialty practice streams from cardiology and compounding to rural practice and women’s …