Pride program to boost LGBTQIA+ education

The PSA will offer opportunities to help pharmacists to improve the care they provide to LGBTQIA+ patients  The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) is partnering with the University of Queensland to foster inclusive and empowered primary care workforces through the Promoting queer-inclusive professional identities for diversity in primary healthcare (PRIDE co-design) project.  The PRIDE project aims to

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