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Australian Journal of Pharmacy : March 2005
162 140 148 150 152 156 160 news and review NEWS Government proposal threatens PBS once again • A competition affair • Government abandons compounding effect on mandatory generics price cut policy • Start date for trans-Tasman body deferred • New safety measures for COX-2s • AMA ignores pact to settle differences privately • Cricket and fellowship CAPITAL HILL The politics of partnerships Canberra correspondent FROM THE PRESIDENT Late for a very important date John Bronger, Pharmacy Guild of Australia FROM THE PRESIDENT Turn complaints into a positive experience Brian Grogan, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia pharmacy professional UPDATES New light on constipation • Help with mental illness medical care • Review confirms low level of drug interactions with paracetamol • Sleep disorders resource for pharmacists • Specialising in diabetes HOSPITAL TALK Injectable phenytoin—revisiting an old technical and clinical problem John Low special series MEDICATION MANAGEMENT IN REVIEW Slap a little quality on it and ship it out—QUM aspects of RMMRs The quality use of medicinesis a very important part of what pharmacists do but how we do it, who does it and why, are equally important parts of the equation. Never is this truer than in the case of residential medication management review services 180 182 190 192 194 200 201 product news ETHICAL Daivobet • Repreve • Zyprexa • Novomix • Fosamex OTC Xenical • Nicabate • Futuro • Gillette complementary medicine The Mediterranean diet—getting back to basics Lesley Braun RETAIL MANAGEMENT Race to the bottom Bruce Annabel management UPDATES Government funds pharmacy broadband • The relationship between consumer behaviour and brands HEALTH ECONOMICS Australians becoming healthier Dr Michael Tatchell events UPDATES Be inspired at the Southern Convention and Exhibition • Biggest NAPSA Congress ever 215 New product information APP guide UPDATES month next PHARMACY PROFESSIONAL: Osteoarthritis, Cholesterol management OTC/MARKETING: Treating kids MANAGEMENT: Finding the retail boom from baby boomers The Australian Journal of Pharmacy is an independent journal owned by Australian pharmacists through their membership of Pharmaceutical Defence Ltd 138 ? THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACY VOL.86 MARCH 2005