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Have you ever wondered what lies beyond the counter? David Tong provides tips on transitioning from pharmacy to the pharmaceutical industry As pharmacists, we have long been pillars of the …

You鈥檙e accredited and you鈥檙e keen to get started doing medicines reviews, but how do you actually go about it? Brett Currie, Karalyn Huxhagen and Angus Thompson have some pointers One …

Current credentialing arrangements for pharmacists have been extended into 2025. Experts in the field present a primer for medication management reviews Authors: Amy Page, Deborah Hawthorne and Brooke Shelly Pharmacists …

Why pharmacists are a critical part of the aged care puzzle, say Fei Sim and Laetitia Hattingh With Australia鈥檚 ageing population and increased healthcare needs, the seamless transition between hospital, …

Evidence is growing that some institutional advisors may be starting to grow wary of the CWH/Sigma deal, says Mike Taylor聽聽 When financial advisers make investment recommendations to clients they are …

While the focus has been on the CWH and Sigma merger, Wesfarmers has been quietly building its health portfolio, says Mike Taylor聽 While much attention since Christmas has been focused …

Melbourne pharmacist Pardeep Singh takes aim at the discount model, arguing it has negative impacts for patients and the profession I鈥檓 curious if anyone is aware of any 鈥榙iscount petrol …

Administration of Long Acting Injectable Buprenorphine injections by pharmacists has been a ‘quantum shift’ in the profession’s scope of practice聽 Long Acting Injectable Buprenorphine (LAIB) has been a revolution in …

Credentialed pharmacists and those interested in this growing area of practice have a new opportunity to tackle the issues, writes Sarah Gillespie Following the overwhelming success of the inaugural Pharmaceutical …

Angelo Pricolo laments the end of funding for Victoria’s 24-hour Supercare pharmacies In a massive backflip that legendary Romanian gymnast Nadia Com膬neci would be proud of, the Victorian state government …

Pharmacy academics Con Berbatis and Bruce Sunderland take a deeper look into some of the potential impacts of the 60 day dispensing policy Given the limited responses by pharmacy, the …

There is a 60 day dispensing reality disconnect in residential aged care, says Gerard Stevens Politics might be the contest of ideas, but sometimes trenchant positions lead to tunnel vision …