Professor Andrew McLachlan explains how pharmacists play a critical role in identifying and supporting patients with Osteoarthritis

A recent study found only 3.5% of participants with self-reported OA symptoms sought advice from a pharmacist despite the critical role pharmacists play in helping patients on their pain management journey.

In this video, Professor Andrew McLachlan discusses how pharmacist can help support the patient journey in identifying OA symptoms and finding a tailored self- management plan. Refresh on the current guideline recommendations for OA management, including the analgesics recommended for OA pain management. 

Find out about how a patient’s health literacy can impact their choice of OA self-management strategies in the other video in this series:

Recent trends and gaps identified in OA pain management


This video series is proudly brought to you by Aleve and Bayer Consumer Healthcare Australia.

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