Pharmacists cut medicines harm in aged care: study

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Data from the University of Canberra’s Pharmacists in Residential Aged Care Facilities (PiRACF) study shows on-site pharmacists can significantly reduce inappropriate use of medicines  With federal government's on-site pharmacists in aged care program set to start on 1 July, Dr Fei Sim, the President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) said the research showed

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