NZ pharmacy deregulation won’t foster collaboration, GPs told

New Zealand parliament buildings
The proposed deregulation of pharmacy ownership in New Zealand is unlikely to foster collaboration and trust between GPs and pharmacists, says the editor of NZ Doctor.Barbara Fountain wrote in a blog today that while New Zealand’s medicines regulatory regime needed updating, she was surprised by the inclusion in Health minister Jonathan Coleman’s plan to deregulate

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