A need to be more discrete

Guidelines for pharmacists dispensing opioids may need to be more specific to aid in reducing opioid-related harms, say researchers Gaps in existing guidelines may be preventing pharmacists from fulfilling their responsibilities when dispensing opioid medicines, say Australian researchers.  Effective clinical and health system guidelines are key tools in supporting the role of pharmacists, the authors

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