New DAA guidelines could facilitate outsourcing, says DoseAid

Dose Administration Aids
As of December 7, the Pharmacy Board of Australia’s revised guidelines will clarify that it is the pharmacist’s prerogative as to whether further checking of a DAA is required. The new guidelines state that, if utilising third party packed DAAs, the supplying pharmacist ‘must make an assessment of the measures, techniques and technology used by

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