PSA launches election manifesto

Exploring innovative models of interprofessional care and better utilising the role of pharmacists in healthcare are cost-effective, evidence-based reforms an elected Federal Government should consider, PSA said today. These key health reforms as well as providing culturally-responsive pharmacist services in Aboriginal Health Services and adopting preventative health measures are outlined in PSA’s Election Manifesto 2016,

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