Lessons in risk minimisation: Part 2

It’s a good idea to periodically conduct risk analyses of your pharmacy’s processes and procedures, says PDL chair Dean Schulze  This is the second installment of a two-part series. See Part 1 here. Controlled drugs: methadone Consider these brief cases: A regular methadone patient is served by a locum pharmacist. The usual dose is 5mg

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