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Quality Use of Medicines and Pharmacy Research Centre (QUMPRC) led by Prof Libby Roughead.
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Dr Evangeline Mantzioris 12h
Updated dietary recommendations for reducing risk of heart disease from include full fat dairy products & limit red meat to 1-3/week with lots of grains, legumes, fruit and veg,
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Emily Reeve Aug 19
I'm so excited to be attending Annual meeting this year! And also pleased to be running a workshop with Lisa Bero on
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Mark Naunton Aug 12
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@Pharmacy_MDPI Aug 12
A new paper published! Paper “Reduction in Use of for in Australia Following Changed Guidelines”. Full text at
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StephanieReuterLange Jul 26
Pharmacists drive research, they should be empowered to work with researchers to find solutions to everyday problems and working together to drive a clinically-informed, evidence-based advancement to pharmacy
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Greg Hunt Jul 26
It was my pleasure to address the in Sydney yesterday, and on behalf of the Morrison Government, declare quality use of medicines and medicine safety a national health priority.
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Emily Reeve Jul 25
Agree! Updating the Australian National Medicines Policy and other documents is Action 1(a) of our recommendations for a National Strategic Action Plan to Reduce Inappropriate Polypharmacy which was released last year
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Renly Jul 26
presenting our work on the ReMInDAR trial at We all have problems we’re seeking solutions for. Research helps us find solution, at the same time generate evidence-based data which can be used to inform the need for increased pharmacist
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Renly Jul 25
Looking forward to learning more about this week at Also very exciting to see these figures widely used and quoted.
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StephanieReuterLange Jul 25
bound! Looking forward to see the results of our work developing the research program
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StephanieReuterLange Jul 25
All set for the first poster blitz session at ! Come along and grab some stylish headphones and get a teaser of some new work being done in pharmacy practice
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Renly Jul 10
Heartiest congratulations to and the team (including myself!) for winning the Vice Chancellor’s Public Engagement Award. Amazing things happen when we work together with the community to achieve a shared vision.
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UniSA Newsroom Jun 27
Prevention is better than cure: Older Australians are being cautioned to consult their doctor before stopping preventive medicines in a bid to reduce frailty and adverse health outcomes.
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Dr Mark Porter Jul 1
Don't forget to tune in to deprescribing special tomorrow 9pm - or 3:30 on Wednesday. Or subscribe to podcast here (please):
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Emily Reeve Jul 2
I was really honoured (and also excited!) to be a part of this special with some fantastic clinicians and researchers! is a brilliant host - listen now!
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Emily Reeve Jun 25
"... if this association is causal ... around 10% of dementia diagnoses are attributable to anticholinergic drug exposure" - wow, this is comparable to other modifiable risk factors e.g. 6.5% for physical inactivity
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UniSA Mental Health Jun 17
I’ve noticed a change in my colleague’s behaviour. What should I do? “The best thing you can do is speak up. Ask, ‘Are you ok?’ or ‘You don’t seem yourself. Do you want to talk?’ The smallest gesture can make the greatest difference”.
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CAIN Jun 14
The 2019 Australian Dementia Forum in Hobart has been absolutely fantastic, thank you et al! We are SUPER EXCITED that it will be in in early June 2020 🎉 ! We have amazing science 🧠, great wine 🍷 and beautiful beaches ☀️
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Kate Laver Jun 13
So many great posters! . Love this one, 48% veterans see an OT each year
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Rohan Elliott Jun 14
Replying to @elliott_rohan
And only 1 in 5 people with get a medication review. An interdisciplinary could simplify and rationalise their medication regimen and help reduce the need for such frequent visits.
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