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5 December 2017
In this changing industry where customers want more from us than ever before, we have the opportunity to become even more valuable to them, the business and the pharmacy industry as a whole.
28 November 2017
The incidence of hepatitis C makes it a focus for national health strategies, with community pharmacies playing a major role in helping patients manage the disease while also being pivotal in prevention and elimination policies and measures.
23 November 2017
Being the only pharmacy in a small town in Tasmania has not stopped Coventry’s Pharmacy in Latrobe from being at the forefront of innovative practice in community pharmacy.
24 October 2017
Sexual health has some broad descriptions but is generally defined as including measures to reduce the prevalence of sexual problems and sexually transmitted infection (STI) rates, as well as reducing unwanted pregnancies.
17 October 2017
Gastroenteritis or gastro as it is commonly known, affects thousands of people in Queensland each year and statistics show that annually there is 4.1 million cases across Australia with the total annual cost to society through missed work of $1.249 billion.
10 October 2017
There is consequently a growing body of evidence that probiotics can be utilised to normalise the microbial imbalance associated with psychological conditions.
6 October 2017
The bottom line is that everyone in your local area will need a pharmacy at some point, so how can you best connect with every person? If we don’t look into finding out more about our community, then someone else will.
3 October 2017
Pregnancy is a time in a woman’s life where maintaining good nutrition and wellbeing is equally important for bub as it is for the mother.
26 September 2017
Pharmacy assistants can play an important role in providing advice to women no matter what life stage or age.
12 September 2017
Did you know that 3 in 4 women have suffered from vaginal thrush? That’s 75% of the female population and generally aged between 20-40 years and 5% of those cases are reoccurring.