Getting the language right

Study finds Australian pharmacists are reasonably good with not stigmatising suicide, but more education is needed to aid in early interventions with at-risk patients  A new study has found that Australian pharmacists frequently interact with people at risk of suicide, and generally avoid using stigmatising language, though one in 10 still used terms which may

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