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Fancy yourself as a photographer? AusPharm regularly publishes photographs submitted by our members and would love to have a look at what you have to offer. Ideally, photos should have a pharmacy aspect to them but this is not mandatory. To submit a photo for consideration please email Mark Dunn.


AusPharm Photo of the week

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Casanova :: Tricia Lawton : 09/11/2012 :

In Europe pharmacies are easily identified by a green cross. While in Paris I saw this illuminated green cross and immediately thought I absolutely have to visit a pharmacist named Casanova.

Imagine my disappointment when barely a moment later I realised the sign was simply directing me to the pharmacy at 6 Rue Casanova!

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Emus on my way to work! :: Murray Felstead : 02/11/2012 :   Click here for full sized image. premium


Tomorrow's leaders... :: : 26/10/2012 :

The NAPSA Executive and Committee Chairs met at Pharmacy Australia Congress 2012 (PAC12) in Melbourne last weekend.

Pictured below are: Back row (L-R): Cassandra Lee, Luke Vrankovich, Francseca Bennetts, Matthew Tom, Manisha Singh, Xavier Agostino, Ayden Brown. Front row (L-R): Frank Kazantzis, Ellen Pedler, Chris Braithwaite, Bron Jones.

Details the NAPSA roles each of these future leaders of the profession fulfils are here.

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Wheat Harvest :: Andy Hawken : 19/10/2012 :

This photo was first published 6 years ago this month, on 27 October 2006.

My wife sue and I are both pharmacists and we moved to Dysart (2 1/2 hrs west of Mackay) in June '05 to open a new pharmacy to meet the needs associated with the coal boom. I took this photo of the wheat harvest late one afternoon about a month ago about half way between Dysart And Capella.

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Tulip Festival: Wynyard, Tasmania :: Jia Yek : 12/10/2012 :

This photo originally ran as Photo of the week almost exactly 6 years ago today, on 13 October 2006.

My name Jia Yek. Many 'western people' find it hard to pronounce my name correctly. I am working as a graduate pharmacist in Latrobe, Tasmania. I enjoy working in a lovely small town and I love photography and Chinese/Asian food.

This photo was taken at the tulip festival in Wynyard, Tasmania in August, 2006.

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A twentieth century pharmacy operating in the 21 century :: David Haworth : 05/10/2012 :

Sure it looks a bit run down but it is operating using modern technology and current knowledge to help the community.

I can name many flash modern pharmacies that don't use eRx   but this small town pharmacy does!

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Farmacia vending machine :: Alana Croucher : 28/09/2012 :

The most notable comment on a recent trip to Italy is the vast quantity of Farmacias present in each and every town. A guide claimed that it was law to have at least one 24hr pharmacy in every town, irrelevant of the size of the town.

I found one difference with the following farmacia- this one had a vending machine installed out front, not of lollies and chocolate, or even technical gadgets like in other countries, but condoms and pregnancy tests.

It is located in Positano, on the Amalfi Coast and perhaps would be a useful addition to pharmacies closed during the night!

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The most notable comment on a recent trip to Italy is the vast quantity of Farmacias present in each and every town. A guide claimed that it was law to have at least one 24hr pharmacy in every town, irrelevant of the size of the town.

I found one difference with the following farmacia- this one had a vending machine installed out front, not of lollies and chocolate, or even technical gadgets like in other countries, but condoms and pregnancy tests.

It is located in Positano, on the Amalfi Coast and perhaps would be a useful addition to pharmacies closed during the night!

(Click here to see a larger image of the vending machine itself.)

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No animals were harmed.... :: Murray Felstead : 21/09/2012 :

I was amused by the "Tested only on friends of SAX" on the packaging!!

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Priceless or worthless? :: Bill Arnold : 14/09/2012 :

The things you find!

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AMCAL antidotes :: Peter Boyles : 07/09/2012 :

I found this during a recent cleanup at my father's house.

I wonder when it dates from?

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