Burning out: pressure on for emergency and ward pharmacists

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Patients are risking getting their regular medicines late, having medication histories delayed and waiting all day for discharge scripts as the hospital crisis deepens The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia has warned of the growing pressures on pharmacists working in hospitals, and the increasing risks to patients, thanks to overcrowding, ambulance ramping and bed

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