Gap in doctors’ knowledge of pharmacists’ skills ‘concerning’

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Criticism of pharmacists’ capabilities by medical lobby groups show a lack of understanding of the profession, politician says  Claims by medical groups that pharmacists lack the skills required to provide care for uncomplicated urinary tract infections (UTIs) suggests they have little understanding of the “scope of expertise” of pharmacists, South Australian MP, Jayne Stinson believes. 

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