The Medicines and Poisons Regulation Branch of the Western Australian Department of Health provides advice, develops policy and administers regulatory controlsffor medicines, therapeutic goods and poisons.
Nurses form the backbone of primary care in rural and remote Australia, providing an expanding volume of services, especially in relation to chronic disease management.
Contains consumer advice and legislation of pharmaceuticals in New South Wales.
Find the latest evidence for health professionals about conditions and medicines as well as CPD activities, tools and resources for your patients.
This webinar will look at new medications, devices and management strategies including how best to use the current MBS item numbers available for asthma and respiratory management in general practice.
The Controlled Substances Act 1984 (opens in a new window) and regulations include controls over the manufacture, sale, supply, possession and use of some of these substances (controlled substances).
A research article discussing the subject of medication use with health care providers who work with immigrant and refugee patients at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. August 2008.
This course provides an understanding of the basic principles, definitions used in pharmacology, and mechanism of action and potential adverse effects of different drugs used in the management of cardiovascular disease.
Provides legislation, standards and poisons management for Queensland.