DAA program to be expanded in community pharmacies

The Dose Administration Aids (DAA) program will be available to 70,000 more patients each year through community pharmacies, with the Federal Government announcing increased...

Just what the pharmacist ordered

Pharmacist prescribing is ‘imminent’, says PSA National President Dr Shane Jackson. So what could that mean for you and your patients? Pharmacists will have...

Obstructive sleep apnoea

Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is characterised by repetitive, partial (hypopnoea) or complete (apnoea) occlusions of the upper airway during sleep, resulting in frequent arousals...

Australia excels on the global pharmacy stage

Australian pharmacy professionals have received top honours at the 78th FIP World Congress of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Glasgow, while PSA has been...

Voluntary assisted dying

The Victorian Parliament recently passed the Voluntary Assisted Dying Act and its 18-month implementation period is shortly coming to a close. So what exactly...

Doubts raised about fish oil supplements

The New England Journal of Medicine has released two studies about the impact of omega-3 supplements on major cardiac events and cancer. While one...