Budget means opportunities for pharmacist involvement

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Primary healthcare reforms being progressed as part of the 2016-17 Federal Budget should provide opportunities for greater involvement of pharmacists, says PSA. However PSA questioned whether the funding quantum allocated to some primary healthcare programs will be enough to have a real impact on consumer health. PSA National Vice President Michelle Lynch says pharmacists welcome

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