Clinical tips: non-evidence-based medicine

Are pharmacists putting themselves at professional risk by selling non-evidence-based preparations like homeopathy? Jarrod McMaugh investigates Non-evidence-based medicine is a contentious area of healthcare, and pharmacists need to be aware of the pitfalls associated with recommending products or services that do not have an evidence base. Non-Evidence-Based Medicine (Non-EBM) is a broad term that covers

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