Funding go-slow frustrates in electronic drugs reporting

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Lack of funds and training is frustrating PSA’s NSW branch president Stephen Carter as they slow the rollout of Electronic Recording and Reporting of Controlled Drugs system (eRRCD). Carter told the AJP that this is a key issue for the PSA, and spelt out further in the PSA’s latest election proposals’ manifesto, where the Branch

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