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Gabapentinoids and opioids are commonly co-prescribed, whether to treat acute pain post-surgery or to address chronic pain. Here’s how to mitigate risk when these medicines are combined.
It’s effective, cheap, legal and relatively safe. Caffeine is the most widely consumed psychoactive drug in the world.
Bridgette Mackley discusses something every pharmacist has experienced – the exciting, slightly terrifying transition from pharmacy student to intern and from intern to registered pharmacist.
Approximately 1.8% of Australians have an Intellectual Disorder (ID), with severe or profound impairment. Australian Pharmacist looks at how pharmacists can upskill to provide appropriate care to this patient group. 
This World AIDS Day (1 December) comes with a raft of new screening offerings for patients with HIV, available in pharmacies nationwide in the coming months.
‘I want to live in a fair society where everyone gets the opportunity to bring their full selves [to work],' says Dr Esa Chen MPS.
Strict legal requirements to dispense nicotine vaping products for smoking cessation are now in use. Here’s what you need to know.
Equitable access to naloxone for patients who are prescribed opioids saves lives, but reduced stigma among pharmacists is essential.
A pharmacist shares how the recently introduced Cautionary Advisory Label (CAL D) for antibiotics has changed patient perceptions, and behaviour, towards antibiotics.
A career as a hospital pharmacist was always the goal for Deanna Mill MPS. But after meeting other young pharmacists through PSA’s Early Career Pharmacists network, she decided to step outside of her comfort zone and explore what else pharmacy had to offer.