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As pharmacy health services for women expand, what do pharmacists need to know to differentiate pelvic pain that can be self-managed vs pain that warrants further assessment? In this webinar, …

Pharmacists Carlene Ngoma and Tinu Abraham share an easy-to-use Q&A algorithm to help patients select the right over-the-counter product for short-term cough This webinar shows pharmacists and pharmacy assistants how …

This 30-minute Clinical Pharmacy Update session from APP2024 explores the gender disparity in pain management revealed by 2023 consumer research, where 1 in 2 Australian women felt their pain was …

Dr Kieran Le Plastrier and pharmacist Suzanna Nash discuss how to improve parent counselling skills on pain & fever using new ACP guideline This webinar shows pharmacists how they can …

A community pharmacist and a PDL professional officer discuss how to minimise psychosocial hazards created by medicolegal incidents in pharmacy, in a webinar moderated by PSS President Curtis Ruhnau. What …

Work health and safety (WHS) regulations requiring businesses to manage psychosocial hazards have been in effect since 2022. What constitutes a psychosocial hazard in pharmacy? What are the legal requirements …

As the scope and range of pharmacist-administered medicines by injection evolves around the country, so too does the level of responsibility and potential risk to the administering pharmacist, and to …

The webinar aims to make pharmacist practitioners aware of the risks involved in delivering a compounding service, or a service where similar risks are inherent. Issues compounding pharmacists may encounter …

What does a resilient workplace look like, and what are its benefits for both employees and patients? Our expert panel share their insights and strategies for a better workplace culture. …

Significant developments in the digital health space over the last few years mean that most pharmacies are now operating with hybrid workflows between paper and electronic prescriptions, the Active Script …

Reflux symptoms are common in the community and pharmacists are often the first acute care practitioners sought by patients for advice and products for symptom relief. Pharmacists have an important …

Misuse of analgesics has become a major concern in recent years, leading to the upscheduling of codeine in 2018, modified-release paracetamol in 2020, and now further potential changes to paracetamol …