Cost, embarrassment and reduced trading hours impede EC access

Despite convenience and anonymity, both patients and pharmacists cite “persistent barriers” to the provision of emergency contraception in the retail pharmacy setting While patients value the convenience and anonymity that community pharmacy contraception services offer, new research has found there are still barriers to access. A study led by the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence

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