Error rates plummet when pharmacists involved: study

Hospital pharmacists evaluate 10 years of partnered charting, showing how pharmacists can help prevent harm Victorian pharmacy researchers have successfully expanded their Australia-first collaborative medication charting model The researchers have shown that partnership between pharmacists and clinicians at the leading edge of practice can reduce medication errors and improve patient care and safety, while improving

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