A ‘user pays’ remuneration model for cognitive services?

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Do pharmacists’ own values act as barriers to charging patients for cognitive pharmacy services? PhD candidate at the School of Pharmacy, Queensland University of Technology Bernice Prior believed community pharmacists were underpaid… sparking her research into the area. “My research is investigating a user pays model of remuneration for cognitive pharmacy services,” she told the

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