An immunologist at the University of Queensland has cautioned over the UK's decision to delay second doses of the Pfizer vaccine.
Psychologists have shed light on why seemingly intelligent people ignore the evidence base supporting vaccines and label them unsafe, despite having little to no expertise on scientific methodology.
The Christmas holiday period can present as a particularly challenging time for medication adherence.
Which prescription medicines are most commonly used in Australia? Which have the greatest cost to the Australian Government?
The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia (SHPA) has hosted a successful, celebratory and all-virtual 2020 SHPA Virtual Congress.
With the use of medication being the most common healthcare intervention, the challenge of upholding safety has never been more important.
New findings by researchers at the UBC Faculty of Medicine are set to change international treatment recommendations for people with newly diagnosed HIV.
Sustained high use of antimicrobial medicines has been demonstrated in a five-year trend report released by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.
Dr Amy Cain and her colleagues have designed an antimicrobial peptide that holds promise for the future treatment of drug-resistant bacteria.
Scientists at the University of Georgia appear to have found a link between pollution and antibiotic resistance in a landmark study published this year.
A new online program has been launched to ensure pharmacists are well placed to manage pain.
SHPA CEO Kristin Michaels looks at what the coronavirus pandemic has revealed about Australia's medicine supply.
SHPA and PSA have teamed up to bring 21,000 pharmacist members up to speed on recent opioid regulatory changes to encourage safer medicines use.
Antibiotics discovered at The University of Queensland will be fast-tracked under a $16 million international research deal.
New UK research gives the strongest indication yet we may have found a useful treatment for COVID-19.