A strategic six-year partnership with the University of Sydney, School of Pharmacy is in place for the ongoing update of research data available on the IMgateway website.
This partnership includes the joint development of an Australian herb, supplement and food database and the associated interactions with drugs, the first of its kind. UnityHealth, the owner of IMgateway, and the University of Sydney are committed to expanding the coverage of complementary medicines and drugs researched on this database and to also ensure that practitioners and consumers access the latest and most up to date information available.
UnityHealth in partnership with MIMS Australia have developed a unique Australian, evidence based interactions database directly to the healthcare professional's desk top.
This database has been developed by researchers from the School of Pharmacy at The University of Sydney and is delivered via IMgateway and eMIMS.
NAPSA have officially partnered with UnityHealth to launch an online engagement platform delivering a broad range of professional development, condition and product based education and training services to members through the new 'MyNAPSA Online'.
The platform will be available in the first instance to approximately 4000 members and is aimed at promoting access to online education, membership engagement and resources to students right around the country. NAPSA President Sam Turner said, "As NAPSA is expanding, this online platform is going to revolutionise the way we currently engage with members nationally".
In a New Zealand first, UnityHealth owners of iTherapeutics, has partnered with Pharmacy Today, to bring free online product education to Pharmacists and Pharmacy staff in New Zealand.
Pharmacytoday.co.nz is the leading news website for pharmacy in New Zealand and as such is ideally placed to carry an eLearning portal to support the established iTherapeutics platform. The print title, Pharmacy Today has a 97% penetration into pharmacy staff and is the ideal vehicle to market and promote the eLearning initiative on the website.