Meds reviews impact limited, study finds

pharmacist with patient explaining medicines
A new Canadian study has found that medication reviews conducted by pharmacists did not significantly modify prescription drug useBut comparing this to the Australian model is like “comparing an egg with a soufflé,” one Twitter commentator pointed out.The study, which collected data on community pharmacist-led medication reviews via British Columbia’s population-based PharmaNet drug utilisation system,

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