Pharmacists lack confidence in supplying naloxone

They feel the need for more training, but downscheduling champion Angelo Pricolo says this shouldn’t be an issueAn online survey of nearly 600 Australian pharmacists run by the National Drug and Alcohol Centre found only one third of participants were confident they could identify appropriate patients and educate them on overdose and naloxone use.While the majority were

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