The professional magazine for pharmacy assistants

A unique editorial environment—just for pharmacy assistants


For more than 30 years, Post Script has been the first choice of pharmacy assistants for information and advice to help them in their roles at the frontline of community healthcare. No other pharmacy publication has the same authority and influence when it comes to community health and beauty issues and specialist product knowledge.

• 87% of pharmacy assistants prefer PS over any other pharmacy publication.
• 81% of pharmacy assistants say that information they have read in PS has influenced them to change their advice or recommendations to customers in the last six months.
• 34% of pharmacy assistants say that information they have read in PS has influenced them to change advice or recommendations to customers in the last month.


Distributed to pharmacy assistants in virtually every community pharmacy in Australia, every issue of PS includes health and beauty features on a range of topics, each focusing on the latest trends and advances relevant to pharmacy and its customers. The unique editorial platform provides a broad-ranging platform for advertisers to showcase their products and services.


Special health focus: a detailed look at a different major health condition every issue.

Feature articles: the latest issues and advice on a range of common health conditions, including symptoms and appropriate treatments.

Health expert: current research from Dr Norman Swan, ABC radio presenter.


Feature articles: from makeup to fragrance, hair care to nail care, the latest beauty trends and advice to help pharmacy assistants offer customers the look they’re after.

Skin care: recent innovations in products to help customers protect and care for their skin.

Fragrance: the latest fashions and products in fragrance every issue.

Product Information

Front of shop: a showcase of new cosmetics, fragrance, skin care, hair, personal care, and over-the-counter products.

Kids’ korner: new products for babies and children, plus information on child-related health issues.

Healthy body: promoting health and wellness through different life stages.


Pharmacy self care: John Bell discusses a different health topic in each issue, with specific advise for pharmacy assistants.

Your career: from professional development to staff management, retailing and security, the latest updates on issues that affect pharmacy assistants in their everyday work and throughout their careers.


Just for you: from practical issues like buying a mobile phone or finding child care, to topics such as work/life balance, travel stories, reviews and recipes and tips on nutrition, this section looks at life away from the pharmacy.




PS Pharmacy Assistant Survey 2013  


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