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.
A survey undertaken by the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia reveals that hospital orders for medicines necessary to support ventilated beds are not being met.
Facilitating the safe and effective use of medicines is the core business of pharmacists, especially in hospitals.
Supplies of routine medicines in Australia may become dangerously scarce — or outright unavailable — as the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak takes hold, experts have warned.
The London-based patient received a stem cell transplant from donors with the HIV-resistant gene CCR5.
The standard highlights the need for pharmacists with specific geriatric medicine expertise to work as part of interdisciplinary teams to improve the safety and quality of care for older Australians.
Australia has ranked #40 in an index of 50 countries in a global study comparing the cost of some of the most widely recognised and indispensable medications.
The SHPA has unveiled its bold vision for realising an advanced pharmacy profession, delivering quality use of medicines and benefiting all Australians.
The annual scientific pharmacy conference saw Jacinta Costello named 2019 SHPA Resident of the Year.
Researchers have developed a nanomesh capable of delivering drug treatments, which could provide a major step forward in the fight against antibiotic resistance.
The Pharmacy Board of Australia has concluded that pharmacist prescribing as part of a collaborative healthcare team is viable.
Repeat antibiotic prescriptions are often unnecessary, do more harm than good and should be restricted, according to new recommendations by the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee.
The Victorian Government is lowering the minimum vaccination age from 16 years to 10 years for pharmacist vaccination in readiness for the 2020 influenza season.