How pharmacists manage under pressure: study

woman pharmacist stressed about not finding medicine
Pharmacists under pressure are deviating from standard procedures to give their patients tailored care, according to a new study – feeling forced to do so because of high workloads, rigid rules and conflicting pressures from employers.The University of Manchester study, When procedures meet practice in community pharmacies: qualitative insights from pharmacists and pharmacy support staff,

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