Decision time for state government

Evidence will be key to ensuring pharmacist prescribing for UTIs becomes “usual practice” in NSW and ACT from May, researcher says  Data from Australia’s only clinical pharmacist prescribing trial is set to shape the NSW and ACT governments’ positions on whether to allow pharmacists to diagnose and treat urinary tract infections (UTIs) as part of usual

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