The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia SA/NT has presented the 2018 Pharmacist of the Year Award to Dr Janet Sluggett, a Research Fellow at the Centre for Medicine Use and Safety (“CMUS”) at Monash University.
CPIE Pharmacy Services is among a handful of South Australian companies which have created a combined 16 new fulltime jobs during a nine-month program that they graduated from last month.
Health industry innovations from Australia ranging from bedside mobility frames to mobile platforms for detecting post-discharge risk will be on show at North America’s largest med-tech event next week.
Andrew Sluggett and Dr Janet Sluggett, MDRI collaborators from CPIE Pharmacy Services, travelled to the National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) Annual Conference and Exposition in New Orleans earlier this year to attend the NHIA Idea Exchange.
South Australian business CPIE Pharmacy Services (CPIE) is preparing to trial prototypes of a single use, portable, electronic drug delivery pump specifically designed for the hospital in the home sector.
A small pharmacy that set out to simply deliver an improved service for its clients is developing a global product for the growing home infusion market.
South Australian company, CPIE Pharmacy Services, will fast-track manufacturing and commercialisation of a drug-infusion pump thanks to a 2016 BioSA Industry Development grant.
An innovative research funding model driven by a young South Australian pharmacist may hold the key to reducing fragmentation in the healthcare system.
UniSA alumnus Andrew Sluggett, who completed a Bachelor of Pharmacy in 2005, has been named SA/NT Pharmacist of the Year.
CPIE Pharmacy Services, in collaboration with the Flinders University’s Medical Device Research Institute (MDRI), has received a $500k grant from the SA State Government to help improve the State’s Hospital in the Home (HITH) service.