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Friday, February 26, 2021

Your Pharmacy Career Podcast – Interview with Mahek Shah

This week, we are excited to invite the 2021 President of the Victorian Pharmacy Student Association (VPSA) to share her journey as a student...

This Pathological Life – Data MyHealthRecord | Data Deep Dive

Health records are arguably the single most important and personal collection of data anyone can have. With records containing doctor visits, consultation notes, pathology...

This Pathological Life – Indigenous Health | A Tale of Two Worlds

This episode explores Aboriginal medical knowledge with Dan Tyson, Chief Executive Officer at Desert Knowledge Australia from the year 1788, when the land was...

Your Pharmacy Career Podcast – Interview with Debbie Rigby

Debbie Rigby is an Advanced Practice Pharmacist with postgraduate qualifications in clinical pharmacy, geriatrics, and respiratory medicine. Debbie is a past Director of NPS...

Your Pharmacy Career Podcast – Interview with Rebecca Young

Are you interested in pharmacy ownership, or are you interested but scared and don't know how to prepare and get into pharmacy ownership? This...

This Pathological Life – Prostate | A Seminal Problem

In 1920-1930’s, Dr Charles Huggins had an unusual problem: prostatic cancer cells appeared in his metabolic experiments that he was conducting on the Prostate...

This Pathological Life – Health IT Security | Avoiding the flat line

The implications for Healthcare to lose control or access to the IT systems is literally life threatening. The first confirmed fatality occurred when a Ransomware...

This Pathological Life – Drugs of Addiction

Humans have always had a complex relationship with drugs: some help us; some heal us; and some hurt us. The problem with the drugs...

This Pathological Life – Diabetes Mellitus, the honey siphon

Sugar is as addictive as nicotine and as toxic as … well, sugar. Diabetes mellitus is the fastest growing chronic disease and the not-so-silent potentially...

This Pathological Life – Health data and data governance

Health data is the most personal official records we will ever have. It can contain everything from the medications we regularly take, all the...
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