Community pharmacists ‘underutilised’ in AMS

Community pharmacy has a bigger role to play in antimicrobial stewardship than commonly thought, say pharmacy experts, but funding and awareness is needed Community pharmacists can participate as much as hospital pharmacists in antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) activities, and do more than just provide medicines information, a survey of pharmacy experts has found. Researchers surveyed 48

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