A systematic review has found medication reviews identified up to four problems per patient, with generally high acceptance of pharmacist recommendations Collaborative medication reviews are successful at identifying and resolving medication-related problems, Australian pharmacist researchers have found. However there is minimal published evidence on clinical or resident-centred outcomes such as falls, hospitalisations or quality of life. A systematic review
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