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Latest Pharmacy Daily headlines

Fri 28 Apr 17

Blackmores still optimistic


BLACKMORES says it remains bullish about future growth, despite a 43% drop in net profit after tax and a 6.7% sales decline for the nine months to 31 March.


Fri 28 Apr 17

Guild QUM report launch


THE Victorian Branch of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia has launched the final report of the 'Improving Medication Reconciliation in Community Settings' project in Victoria.


Thu 27 Apr 17

Statins support good habits


MIRRORING a Swedish study which found that statin users had better dietary habits compared to non-users, new work out of Monash University has revealed smoking status, alcohol consumption and exercise level did not differ significantly between users and non-users of statins.


Thu 27 Apr 17

SA cannabis script approval


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DOCTORS in South Australia can now prescribe medicinal cannabis for some patients without requiring a section 18A authority, under new guidelines clarifying access pathways to the items.


Wed 26 Apr 17

Pharmacist role expanded


PHARMACY has been described as a "gateway to care, helping people towards better health" in recognition of its expanding role in self care, according to new report from the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP).


Mon 24 Apr 17

MediTracker app rollout


PATIENTS who visit IPN Medical Centres across Australia will soon be able to access their own medical data - including medication lists - via a smartphone app.


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