Mandatory pharmacy discharge review suggested

A pre-discharge pharmacy review could have led to a different outcome for a man who died of haemorrhagic stroke, a coroner’s court has heard Deputy State Coroner Jacqui Hawkins made a recommendation that pharmacy be included in a working group to establish certain guidelines, in a finding without inquest into the death of a Victorian

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