Pharmacists restricted in disasters: study

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Outdated laws are hampering pharmacists from helping to provide timely, effective treatment to displaced people, say researchers Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology say that the legal barriers pharmacists face across Australian jurisdictions include restrictive emergency medication that only covers three days as well as vaccination and relocation limitations. Dr Kaitlyn Watson, from QUT’s

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