CAMs: meeting consumer needs

Pharmacy support staff sell complementary medicines with the aim of meeting consumer expectations, but may not consider evidence of product efficacy, research suggests Australian pharmacy academics conducted interviews with a representative selection of patients and pharmacy support staff and concluded that consumer pre-purchase expectations were a major influence on both patients and staff. Pharmacists were

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