Pharmacists have “duty of care” to women patients

While Australian pharmacists have a right to refuse supply of medicines based on personal beliefs, representatives emphasise the importance of facilitating supply elsewhere Several commenters have responded to an AJP article covering conscientious objection and religious guidance in the pharmacy with widely varying opinions. Some said that religion has no place in the pharmacy, while

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