Light shone on health professional drug deaths

codeine tabsules spill from orange pill bottle
An Australian-first study conducted by Monash University has found that from 2003-2013, nearly five deaths per 1000 employed Australian health care professionals were caused by drugs, with a significant association between specific professions and drug type. These deaths were more likely to involve females in their mid-40s, with a mental health condition, professional and/or personal

This content is restricted to registered users only. If you have already registered on the AJP website please login below, Or you can Register for free.

Forgot Password?Why do I need to login & stay in?

Previous Remote dispensing equity
Next PM backs pharmacist ownership, innovation