Resources

NAPSA x Bayer Education Session: Importance of nutrition and role of supplementation in pregnancy

On Tuesday March 23rd, NAPSA hosted a webinar with Bayer Consumer Health on 'The importance of nutrition and role of supplementation in pregnancy'. The three keynote speakers for the webinar featured: Jane Wurth (Bayer Consumer Health, Senior Medical Advisor), Alex Hartcher (Bayer Consumer Health, Medical Associate) and Jane Johnston (Bayer Consumer Health, Senior HCP Specialist). To view the recording of the webinar, please click HERE.

NAPSA's Indigenous Health Webinar, 2020

On Thursday August 20th – NAPSA proudly hosted their first online ‘Indigenous Health Webinar’! The evening featured three outstanding keynote speakers who each perform unique roles within the pharmacy profession centralised around Australian Indigenous health; featuring: Mike Stephens (Medicines Policy Advisor for the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation), Chris Braithwaite (Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation Pharmacist), and Chastina Heck (Nywaigi Mamu Bidjara woman, clinical pharmacist at Logan Hospital, QLD and conjoint associate lecturer at UQ). Please click here to access the webinar's recording.

NAPSA's Intern Guide for 2020 Pharmacy Graduates

Written by NAPSA's 2019/2020 President, Erin Cooper, our Intern Guide for 2020 Pharmacy Graduates provides you with essential information about internship applications and requirements for your provisional registration. This guide covers all the regulatory pharmacy peak bodies, résumé tips, an overview of the intern exams plus MORE!

We hope that you enjoy and find the guide useful! Please click here to access the guide.

The Pharmacy Students Guide to Becoming a Pharmacist

Ever wondered what you could truly achieve with your pharmacy degree before entering the workforce? Or how you can attain the necessary information for success as a pharmacy student, all in one place? Better yet what your representative pharmaceutical bodies can do to help?

Well this handbook has been developed, within the context of community pharmacy to outline the responsibilities, roles and processes involved in seeking employment. This handbook also outlines the terms of employment, relevant legislation and rates of pay as they apply to the community pharmacy sector. The ‘Get The Job’ section is a good reference for pharmacy students interested in all fields of the profession, not just those entering the community pharmacy sector. Further to this there is information on each pharmaceutical professional body and what they can do for you.

This is your ultimate guide for all things pharmacy.

eMIMS with IMgateway add-on

This new decision support module, currently only available in eMIMS, has been developed by a team at the University Of Sydney School Of Pharmacy. The locally researched, evidence based drug herb interactions are designed to provide the health professional with the ability to retrieve information on clinically-significant drug and herb interactions.

The University of Sydney, School of Pharmacy, have chosen UnityHealth's IMgateway solution to bring this important work to the desktop of healthcare professionals.

In an Australian first, MIMS has partnered with UnityHealth's IMgateway to bring an Australian evidence based Complementary V Mainstream drug interaction module to MIMS.

Australian Medicines Handbook

Australian Medicines Handbook is an evidence-based independent medicines reference preferred by thousands of clinicians in the Australian healthcare sector.

Our company, AMH Pty Ltd, publishes books and electronic reference resources aimed at improving the quality use of medicines.

An Australian owned company, based in Adelaide, our products are specifically created for health care practitioners across Australia.

This document lists all the abbreviated shortcuts commonly used within the FRED dispense program.

Johnson & Johnson Training

Johnson and Johnson have provided all NAPSA members with FREE access to an online training platform aimed at increasing student’s knowledge. The modules target commonly seen conditions within a community pharmacy setting and the products used in order to treat these conditions. The online training platform consists of various different learning modules that students can access, these include Cold and Flu, Allergy, Nicotine Replacement Therapy, Skin Care, Digestive Health and Oral Health. Please select the below link and complete the registration form enlisting yourself as a ‘NAPSA’ member for free access to the learning modules. HAPPY TRAINING!

www.jjet.com.au