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Pharma - Goss
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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.
A Pharmacy Researcher Perspective
Issue 76: October 2008 - Climate change and pharmacy in Australia: 2. Work days gained, water-related disease and impacts on pharmacy practice.
Issue 74: August 2008 - Climate change and pharmacy in Australia: 1. Increased deaths and hospitalisations
Issue 72: June 2008 - Primary care and Pharmacy: 4. large contributions to national adverse reaction reporting by pharmacists in Australia
Issue 71: May 2008 - Primary care and Pharmacy: 3. national adverse reaction reporting and pharmacists in Australia
Issue 69: March 2008 - Primary Care and Pharmacy: 2. Gaps and Pharmacy Opportunities from an International Study
Issue 68: February 2008 - Primary Care and Pharmacy : 1. International Differences (Part 1)
Issue 67: December 2007 - Non-prescription Medicines and Health Care : 6. important primary care and self-care developments in US community pharmacy
Issue 66: November 2007 - Non-Prescription Medicines and Health Care : 5. FDA opens opportunity in USA
Issue 64: September 2007 - Community Pharmacy Practice: 4. Demonstrating Benefits of Pharmacy Non-Prescription Medicines
Issue 63: August 2007 - Community Pharmacy Practice: 3. International Reports Show Opportunities for Australia
Issue 61: June 2007 - Adapt Project STOP and Pharmanet to Support S3s in Australia’s Pharmacies
Issue 59: April 2007 - Costly Health Systems Open Possible Opportunities to Community Pharmacies: 2. More Signals from the USA and UK
Issue 57: February 2007 - National health systems and community pharmacy : 1. Primary Care and Health Costs
Issue 56: December 2006 - PoCT Testing in GPs Offices – 2006 results
Issue 45: February 2006 - 2006 International and Australian Websites in Health and Pharmacy for Pharmacists
Issue 44: December 2005 - Is the safety of OTCs Compromised in a Country Without a ‘Pharmacist-Controlled’ Class of Drugs ?
Issue 43: November 2005 - Are There Far Fewer Legally Classified OTC Agents in the USA than Australia?
Issue 42: October 2005 - Electronic Medication Records for Pharmacist Only (PO)- S3s and S8s in Australia’s Pharmacies!
Issue 41: September 2005 - Rogue Internet Pharmacies in Australia and Overseas
Issue 40: August 2005 - Supermarket Pharmacies and the Pharmacy Guild – Research Results Give Answers!
Issue 38: June 2005 - Internet 3 : Health and Pharmacy Practice Websites for Pharmacists
Issue 37: May 2005 - The Internet and Community Pharmacy : 2. More Developments and Rogue E-Pharmacies
Issue 36: April 2005 - The internet and Australian Community Pharmacy : The Case for Better Managing S3s, S8s and Population Health
Issue 35: March 2005 - The Impact of Pharmacist-Only Postinor (Levonorgestrel) in Australia
Issue 33: December 2004 - Vioxx and Other Drug Hazards Challenge FDA, ADEC and ADRAC
Issue 32: November 2004 - New cadre of post-marketing surveillance pharmacists from the Vioxx safety shock?
Issue 31: October 2004 - Pharmacy’s poor control of S8s : Parliamentary Inquiry into ADHD in Western Australia
Issue 30: September 2004 - Cholesterol Screening and Monitoring by Community Pharmacists
Issue 29: August 2004 - Quantifying Pharmacy's Contribution to Population Health
Issue 28: July 2004 - George M Eckert and Sydney Hospital 1975- 1980 : the roots of clinical pharmacy in Australia
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