Pharmacists lack contraception resources: research

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Lack of remuneration, training and technical assistance holding back profession from providing better contraception advice, new survey shows Community pharmacists feel they lack “the necessary resources” to provide quality patient-centric contraceptive advice, a national survey of Australian community pharmacists has found. Around 85% of pharmacists said that counselling patients around contraception was part of their

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