AMH: Australian Medicines Handbook 2022

Non-member Price $290.00

Member Price $279.00

Student Member Price $209.00

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PRESALE: Delivery of books expected late January 2022

Pre-purchase the 2022 AMH book or any current resource before December 31, 2021 to be in the running to win great rewards. AMH continues to support professional education and offer responsible business rewards in our quest to enhance your knowledge and the quality use of medicines in Australia. Prizes include conference attendance related to your profession for up to 2 people including airfares and accommodation valued at $6,600* to help you maintain business excellence. There are also over 40 regional prizes valued at over $21,000*. Total prize pool of $27,840*.

*Terms & Conditions Apply. For full details and conditions of entry and/or to order your AMH resource, please go to NSW Permit No. TP/01306. ACT Lic. No: TP 21/01557. SA Lic. No: T21/1402. The promoter is Australian Medicines Handbook, Level 13, 33 King William St, Adelaide SA 5000. The random prize draw will take place at Level 13, 33 King William St. Adelaide 1pm on 27/1/22. Winners will be notified by email by 1/2/22 and draw results published on AMH website on 1/2/22. All values include GST.

Please note: PSA Students members are only allowed to purchase one book per year at the discounted price

AS an independent, evidence-based, national drug reference, the Australian Medicines Handbook (AMH) is an important clinical resource for health practitioners concerned with the quality use of medicines. The comparative drug information makes it unique among drug reference tools on the market, as it allows users to compare drugs and make informed prescribing choices. Therapeutic information documents clearly summarise evidence and clinical practice for some diseases to give context for drug treatment. Class statements provide common and comparative information on drugs of the same class or family. Substantial drug interactions section contains useful advice for clinicians on managing specific interactions. Individual drug monographs with succinct descriptions of mode of action, indications and precautions, adverse effects, brand names and products, PBS information and off-label uses, patient counselling and practice points, among other things.