Helping with non-medical activities

pharmacists walking group: lots of legs pounding pavement
Pharmacy is a “touch point” which could be used to help social prescribing for people who feel isolated – but such assistance often remains unfunded A new report from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and the Consumers Health Forum has looked at how social prescribing – the referral of patients to non-medical activities

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