Pay doesn’t reflect qualifications, social benefit: Quilty

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Pharmacist pay may not adequately reflect the value of pharmacists' work nor the education required to practice, says Guild executive director David QuiltyIn this week's edition of Forefront, Quilty writes that pharmacist remuneration is a complex issue, with a range of contributing factors."Traditional professions like teaching and nursing have long been concerned that their remuneration

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