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Pharma - Goss
The Lessons From History
Do "They" Know What We Do
Don’t You Just Hate Being Right at Times?
Pharmacy Owners – Saints or Sinners?
Crystal Ball Gazing Has Never Been Harder
Automation: What do you really want?
National Broadband Network, NBN: Red faces, Red-tape, Red-herrings and Red-ink
NHHRC Backs Person-Controlled Electronic Health Records
I’ve Been Thinking About Waiting, Workouts, and Work-Arounds.
Understanding Indigenous Health
Codeine not for S3
Pain Threshold Is Coming
Morale Busters vs. Morale Boosters
Kevin, You’re Kidding! - Well, we Hope so, Anyway.
First Do No Harm ... Reduction? Annals of Internal Medicine 2009 150;6 (Annals on line, pre-publication March 17) Gourevitch MN.
Management Consultant Perspective
Issue 82: May 2009 - The Lessons From History
Issue 81: April 2009 - A Moment in History for the "Friendlies" and the PGA
Issue 80: March 2009 - Time to Sort Things Out
Issue 79: February 2009 - Will the Real Community Pharmacy Please Stand Up?
Issue 78: December 2008 - Have You met Nicola Louise Roxon?
Issue 78: December 2008 - Primary Care Clinics and Self-Care Environments
Issue 77: November 2008 - Mirixing the Pot - Professor Lloyd Sansom & Others
Issue 76: October 2008 - What is it About Pharmacy Ownership?
Issue 75: September 2008 - Carbon Footprints – Will this involve Pharmacy?
Issue 74: August 2008 - A Fractured Pharmacy Profession
Issue 73: July 2008 - Community Pharmacy "Backbone" - Building a Stronger Health Delivery
Issue 72: June 2008 - A Pharmacy Peak Organisation: It’s Time to Move
Issue 71: May 2008 - Your Directional Scorecard
Issue 70: April 2008 - NEHTA ,ScriptX and the Pot of Gold.
Issue 69: March 2008 - A “Pop” more than a “Bang”
Issue 68: February 2008 - Manipulated Interference by Government - A Clear & Present Danger to Australian Pharmacy
Issue 67: December 2007 - Value-Adding to a Devalued Business Model
Issue 66: November 2007 - Dispensing Doctors and Diagnostic Pharmacists
Issue 65: October 2007 - Generic Drug Companies are Becoming Drivers of Community Pharmacy Change
Issue 64: September 2007 - Practice Improvements Need to be Considered Decisions
Issue 63: August 2007 - Assistive Technology for Seniors - Will Pharmacy Take up the Challenge?
Issue 62: July 2007 - Pharmacy Design
Issue 61: June 2007 - A Care Model of Pharmacy
Issue 60: May 2007 - Pharmacy in the Home - the Next Battleground to be Fought Over
Issue 59: April 2007 - Service Beyond Expectation
Issue 58: March 2007 - That's What Friends are For?
Issue 57: February 2007 - Some Pharmacy "Blind Spots"
Issue 56: December 2006 - Strategic Ideas for a Deregulated Environment
Issue 55: November 2006 - A “Wellness Trust” – An Idea For a Preventive Medicine System
Issue 55: November 2006 - Enhanced Patient Information (EPI)
Issue 54: October 2006 - A Cause for Optimism - New Forms of Pharmacy Organisation
Issue 53: September 2006 - A Look at Supermarket Pharmacies - What Makes them Work? - Part 1
Issue 53: September 2006 - A Look at Supermarket Pharmacies - What Makes them Work? - Part 2
Issue 51: August 2006 - Pharmacies List on the Australian Stock Exchange
Issue 50: July 2006 - Clinical Assistants and Charging Professional Fees
Issue 49: June 2006 - Privacy and Security - Issues Demanding a Priority
Issue 48: May 2006 - The Eleven Most Confronting Issues For Pharmacy - Part 1
Issue 48: May 2006 - The Eleven Most Confronting Issues For Pharmacy - Part 2
Issue 47: April 2006 - There is no Fourth Agreement
Issue 46: March 2006 - Prescriptions to Sales Ratio - The Balanced Pharmacy
Issue 45: February 2006 - Mentoring-The Secret Ingredient for Change Management
Issue 45: February 2006 - Picking up the Pieces
Issue 44: December 2005 - Pharmacist Prescribing and Disease State Management - Who is Steering the Ship?
Issue 43: November 2005 - Would the Last Person Leaving, Please Turn Off the Lights
Issue 43: November 2005 - DIGITAL DIGEST - A Snapshot of the Digital Imaging Market
Issue 42: October 2005 - Days of our Lives
Issue 42: October 2005 - DIGITAL DIGEST - A Snapshot of the Digital Imaging Market
Issue 41: September 2005 - Delegate - Don't Abdicate
Issue 40: August 2005 - Blurring the Edges
Issue 39: July 2005 - The Next Five Years 1. Introduction
Issue 39: July 2005 - The Next Five Years 2. Don’t Get Mad…Get Even!
Issue 39: July 2005 - The Next Five Years 3. Professional Challenges & Getting the Model Right
Issue 39: July 2005 - The Next Five Years 4. What to do Now
Issue 39: July 2005 - The Next Five Years 5. Conclusions
Issue 38: June 2005 - Defending John Bronger
Issue 37: May 2005 - Storm Clouds Gathering Fast
Issue 36: April 2005 - Glasson Gets "Down and Dirty"
Issue 35: March 2005 - At Five Minutes Past Midnight – a Five-Year Survival Strategy
Issue 34: February 2005 - Future Snapshot
Issue 33: December 2004 - VICTORIA-Not Just a Pretty Face
Issue 31: October 2004 - Corporate Performance Excellence
Issue 30: September 2004 - The Cost of Complexity
Issue 29: August 2004 - Pharmacy Models - Are They Evolving?
Issue 28: July 2004 - Pharmacy Models - A Look at Friendly Societies
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