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Friday 19 May 2017

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Superbug secret is out


AN INTERNATIONAL study led by Review report submitted TGA pulls IntelliVue
HEALTH professionals are
Monash University has discovered THE long-awaited interim report Our report very much focuses in advised that the Therapeutic
the molecular mechanism by which from the Review of Pharmacy that direction and the options we Goods Administration (TGA) has
the potentially deadly superbug Remuneration and Regulation has put forward are very much along suspended the licence to supply
Golden Staph evades antibiotic been lodged with Health Minister those lines and thats what makes it Philips IntelliVue MX40 wearable
treatment, providing the first Greg Hunt, with the Health somewhat different, he said. patient monitor after identifying
important clues on how to counter Department last night telling PD The interim report was due to be a significant increase in reports
superbug antibiotic resistance. it will be released publicly this handed down about three months of incidents where the devices
Monash researchers working with financial year. ago but was delayed due to the speaker has failed.
Israel and Singapore colleagues However some details have serious illness of one of the panel Go to tga.gov.au for details.
have identified the first clues leaked, with review chair Stephen members (PD 06 Mar).
on how to retool antibiotics to King saying options put forward King also declined a planned
counter bacteria, with the findings are based on the premise that appearance at APP2017 where
published in the journal mBio. pharmacists are agents of Guild President George Tambassis
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Friday 19 May 2017

Dispensary WSMIGA registration open Events


THE World Self Medication The event attracts industry
Corner Industry has opened registrations stakeholders, thought leaders, Calendar
for its upcoming General Assembly regulators, academics and
THERE is a reason why theres 2017 (WSMIGA) which will be held representatives of the self- WELCOME to Pharmacy
beauty in beauty sleep. in Sydney from 17-19 Oct 2017. medication industry from around Dailys events calendar,
Kings College in London took The event is themed The the globe, ASMI said. opportunities to earn CPE and
photos of 25 women after two Economic Value of Self Care, with The two-day conference will CPD points.
nights in which one group slept key speakers including a number of feature five themed sessions If you have an upcoming event
about seven and a half hours and prominent Australian pharmacists. tackling the key drivers of self-care youd like us to feature, email
the others for an average of four The WSMI is the peak body and the policy changes required to info@pharmacydaily.com.au.
hours and 15 minutes. representing the global non- improve health care systems.
When 122 people were asked prescription medicines sector, Presenters include Paul Sinclair, 21 May: 2017 PSA WA Annual
to rate the subjects beauty on a embracing regional and national president of the community Seminar; Pan Pacific Perth;
industry associations as well as pharmacy section of the register here: www.psa.org.au
seven-point scale, those with less
sleep came out 0.2 points lower. manufacturers and distributors. International Pharmaceutical 4-5 Jun: Naturally Good Expo;
That may be because sleepless Taking place at Sydneys new Federation, as well as Professor ICC Sydney; pre-register for
people can appear more sad as International Convention Centre, Charlie Benrimoj from the Graduate free or $30 at the door - details
their mouths droop more, they the General Assembly is only held School of Health at University of here: naturallygood.com.au
seem more pale as a lack of sleep once every four years and is being Technology Sydney. 16-18 Jun: ConPharm 2017;
reduces blood flow to the skin jointly hosted by the Australian International participants will Hotel Grand Chancellor,
and swollen red eyes & hanging and New Zealand Self Medication describe the situation in Japan, the Hobart; find out more:
eyelids are a dead giveaway. Industry associations. USA, Mexico, NZ and Canada. www.aacp.com.au
People have more glossy hair The conference concludes with 28-30 Jul: PSA17; Hyatt
and a fresher and more healthy a Regulators Forum hosted by
glow when they are well rested. Amazon pharmacy? Therapeutic Goods Administration
Regency, Darling Harbour,
Sydney; for details see:
GLOBAL online retailing giant chief John Skerritt, bringing www.psa17.com
Amazon is considering a push into together regulators from across the
globe to discuss issues unique to 5-9 Aug: Medici Capital
the pharmacy market, with the
the regulation of non-prescription Pharmacy Snow Business
recruitment of a general manager
medicines. Conference 2017; Mt. Buller,
to tap into the multibillion dollar
ASMIs annual Diamond Awards Victoria; register your interest
opportunity of selling prescription
will also form part of the congress, here: www.medici.com.au
drugs, according to US reports this
week which have seen declines with registration details and 6-12 Aug: Pharmeducation
IN OTHER news, its no more Pharmacotherapy Update;
in the share prices of CVS and earlybird discounts now available
cheese please for some people Cable Beach Club Resort,
Walgreens Boots Alliance. online at wsmiga2017.com.
that have a condition called Broome; details here: www.
histamine intolerance. pharmeducationbroome.com
The digestive enzyme in our guts
1-3 Sep: Pharmacy Connect;
called diamine oxidase is meant
Hilton Hotel Sydney; register
to break down a component of
here: www.pharmacy-connect.
stomach acid known as histamine
com.au
and for some...it refuses to budge.
Many of lifes delights like 10-14 Sep: 77th FIP World
cheese, wine, beer, cider & cured Congress of Pharmacy and
meat cant be enjoyed without Pharmaceutical Sciences 2017;
battling pounding headaches, Seoul, Republic of Korea;
tummy pains, itching and rashes. register here: www.fip.org
A 2007 paper in the American 17-19 Oct: World Self
Journal of Clinical Nutrition Medication Industry General
suggested 1 percent the Assembly 2017; ICC Sydney;
population have HIT, 80 percent registrations opening soon:
being middle-aged. www.wsmiga2017.com

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