Downscheduled trimethoprim and pharmacists’ practice: study

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New research has shown strong acceptance of the unique model used in many recent New Zealand drug reclassifications University of Otago researchers have highlighted New Zealand pharmacists' experiences around trimethoprim. The drug was reclassified in the country by Green Cross Health and Dr Natalie Gauld in 2012 in a world-first move. Only pharmacists who have

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