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A study has found community pharmacists have ‘suboptimal’ knowledge on reporting adverse drug reactions, making up only 6% of reports in 2017 Community pharmacists need more training on adverse drug reactions (ADRs) and the reporting process surrounding them, argue researchers from the University of Tasmania’s School of Medicine (Pharmacy). After surveying 232 community pharmacists from

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