Pharmacists to be embedded in Aboriginal health

Aboriginal flag painted on bricks
New research shows the potentially life-saving benefits of integrating pharmacists within Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services James Cook University, the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) have joined forces to explore this potential by way of a project which will aim to embed pharmacists in 22 Aboriginal community-controlled

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