From no pharmacist to ‘same level of care’

rural Australia
A virtual pharmacy service was able to offer rural and remote hospital patients the level of pharmacist care enjoyed by people in major cities, rural pharmacists say The data, by Anna Packer and Brett Chambers from the Western NSW Local Health District, Dubbo, was presented at a poster session at the International Pharmaceutical Federation congress

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