Counselling: interactive technique pays off


closing the gap: pharmacist talks to customer
Counselling patients using an unconventional technique delivers better results, a US study finds. The counselling technique takes about 1 minute longer, can more than double the chances of improving patients' compliance and concordance. A new study published in the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association claims that this technique could significantly improve the understanding of drug use and storage, possible

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