OTC pharmacy dispensing ‘not the answer’, say GP groups

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Pharmacists and patients are reporting delays in treatment initiation for COVID oral antivirals, but doctor groups argue against downscheduling the drugs Despite calls from the Pharmacy Guild and the PSA to open up pharmacist prescribing avenues for COVID-19 oral antivirals, the Australian Medical Association (AMA) believes GPs should remain primary prescribers of the medications—though pharmacists

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