Hospital pharmacists reduce meds errors by 50%

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A major trial has reinforced pharmacists' role in hospital discharges, although some say it is impractical to involve pharmacists 24/7 Published this week in the Medical Journal of Australia, the trial evaluated patient discharge summaries from Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital between March and July in 2015. General medical patients were randomised to either receive medication management

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