Promising findings on pharmacist UTI management

Evidence suggests "promise" of safe and effective management of UTIs by community pharmacists, but more research is needed, and a viable economic model is crucial  While the available evidence suggests promising outcomes from community pharmacist-led management of uncomplicated UTIs in women, more research is needed before definitive conclusions can be reached, say Australian researchers. Conducting

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