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  1. Treatment of overactive bladder

    16 April 2019

    Overactive bladder (OAB) is a urinary disorder which affects between 12-17 per cent of the population worldwide.1

    National | Media Release | Training

  2. Reducing falls in older people

    12 April 2019

    Falls are a prevalent but often overlooked occurrence amongst older people.1

    National | Media Release | Training

  3. Dementia training for pharmacy staff

    4 April 2019

    Dementia as a condition is the single greatest cause of disability in older Australians and the third leading cause of disability burden.1

    National | Media Release | Training

  4. 2019 immunisation update

    3 April 2019

    In 2018, a record 11 million Australians received the influenza vaccine, nearly a third more than the previous year.[1]

    National | Media Release | Training

  5. Chronic Pain MedsCheck Trial uptake on the increase

    1 April 2019

    More than 1,600 community pharmacies across Australia are now taking part in the Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s Chronic Pain MedsCheck Trial.

    National | Media Release | Training

  6. Addictive behaviours and dependence: A guide for pharmacists

    29 March 2019

    Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is a chronic neurobiological condition with genetic, psychosocial and environmental factors influencing its development and outcomes.1

    National | Media Release | Training

  7. The role of pharmacy assistants in patient medication safety

    25 March 2019

    Pharmacy assistants have an important role to play in keeping patients safe and well-informed.

    National | Media Release | Training

  8. Opioid substitution therapy: A guide for pharmacists

    15 March 2019

    Opioid dependence is a complex health condition that often requires long-term treatment and care.

    National | Media Release | Training

  9. Managing insulin and hypoglycaemia for pharmacists

    5 February 2019

    Hypoglycaemia, often referred to as low blood sugar, occurs when blood glucose levels drop below 4mmol/L.1 The event rate for hypoglycaemia for insulin-treated people with type 2 diabetes is estimated to be 19.3 per person per year, meaning an individual…

    National | Media Release | Training

  10. Helping to prevent dispensing errors

    30 January 2019

    A request from the Victorian Coroner has led to the development of a course dedicated to minimising dispensing errors in pharmacies.

    National | Media Release | Training

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