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  1. Around 100,000 Australian families will be affected by perinatal anxiety and depression

    22 June 2017

    Community pharmacies providing mother and infant care services are becoming increasingly aware of, and helping to manage, perinatal depression and anxiety in their patients – both male and female.

    National | Blog Post | Clinical

  2. The need to know about pneumonia

    2 June 2017

    Community pharmacists have a pivotal role in helping to educate consumers about pneumonia, in addition to helping patients manage their treatment regimens as well as being well placed to identify and act on early symptoms of the disease.

    National | Blog Post | Clinical

  3. Incontinence awareness

    1 June 2017

    Incontinence is not a subject most people like to talk about and most of us avoid talking about it to the extent that we may not even discuss a continence problem with health professionals.

    National | Blog Post | Clinical

  4. Effective data governance: From strategy through to implementation

    23 May 2017

    The Guild's National ICT Manager and Chief Economist discuss how any organisation can implement a robust data governance framework that will assist in achieving its purpose while maximising the use of data as an asset.

    National | Blog Post | Business Administration, Infrastructure, Guild Corporate

  5. Small country pharmacy embraces Health Advice Plus program and quickly benefits

    20 April 2017

    Sue-Anne Corcoran of Boorawa Pharmacy talks about the challenges of running a small country pharmacy and how the Health Advice Plus program has assisted her in achieving better results.

    National | Blog Post | Business Administration, Innovation

  6. A health crisis in the making?

    12 April 2017

    The growing incidence of fatty liver disease among Australians has highlighted the potential role community pharmacies can play in helping to combat this disease – a disease which can lead to other potentially fatal diseases.

    National | Blog Post | Clinical

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