C how it cuts blood sugar

Vitamin C could help sufferers of type 2 diabetes reduce blood sugar levels, according to a new Victorian study. The Dea…

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AFT partners PATY again

Following two years as major sponsor, AFT Pharmaceuticals brand Maxigesic has continued its support for pharmacy assista…

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Salute Sydney’s super women

Blackmores is inviting nominations for the Blackmores Mercie Whellan Women+Wellbeing Awards 2019, with $6,000 in prize m…

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Optimising the DAAs

Willach has launched Consis.PI, a medicine pouch verification system which the company says is the fastest of its type a…

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Guild welcomes ALP health reform

The Federal ALP’s commitment to establish a permanent Australian Health Reform Commission if they gain power at the fort…

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PSA co-signatory for 7CPA

Health Minister Greg Hunt has made a statement that the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) will, for the first ti…

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Unlock our potential: PSA

  A new report developed by the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA), reveals the 11 system changes needed for…

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Student competition opens

The 2019 National Student Business Plan Competition is now underway, testing the flair and entrepreneurship of students …

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6CPA program claims portal

The Pharmacy Programs Administrator (PPA) has begun operations administering, processing and paying claims associated wi…

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Diabetes research funds grow

Federal government funding of $54.5 million will support research into type 1 diabetes with the aim of helping scientist…

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More 24/7s under Labor

If elected on March 23, a Labor government in NSW promises to increase the number of 24-hour pharmacies with a $5 millio…

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Drug error impact revealed

A new report has revealed that medicine-related problems result in 250,000 Australians being hospitalised each year and …

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PSA prioritising medicine safety

Innovative and cost-effective solutions to current health system challenges, including harm caused by medicine misuse, h…

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When a dollar makes no cents

The discretionary $1 discount on PBS patient co-payment for prescriptions is not what it seems, says the Pharmacy Guild …

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Wildcard winner named

Alyssa Murray from Queensland has won the NAPSA Wildcard for entry to the 2019 PSA Pharmacy Student of the Year (PSOTY) …

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Pharmacy visits rising

Increasing patient visits are demonstrating the importance of community pharmacies as the most accessible health destina…

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Women’s unknown killer

Heart disease kills three times more Australian women than breast cancer but women don’t know it. Heart disease is the l…

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IVF not up to scratch

Following a major global study, it is being reported that endometrial scratching does not boost fertility for IVF patien…

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Error prevention paramount

 A request from the Victorian Coroner following a dispensing error that contributed to the death of an elderly patient h…

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Stop septuagenarian shingles

Shingles can strike at any time and may be particularly devastating for the elderly, so healthcare professionals are rem…

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Human intervention in diabetes

Switching patients with type 2 diabetes from insulin analogues to human insulin could save a lot of money without causin…

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