Flu study shows pharmacists increased coverage

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A national approach to pharmacist-administered vaccines could help boost immunisation rates, one pharmacy academic says The University of Sydney’s Professor Peter Carroll, who with colleague Jane Hanrahan investigated how influenza vaccines administered by pharmacists played out in the community setting, says it could be appropriate to expand the types of vaccines available in pharmacy. Profs

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