Pharmacy leaflets have ‘untapped potential,’ say US researchers

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Pharmacy leaflets have an “untapped potential” for giving patients trustworthy, easy-to-understand information about their medicines, a paper published in JAMA reports. Researchers from University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, Baltimore, discuss the “often overlooked” means of communicating drug information: pharmacy leaflets, and their problems and potentials. “In contrast to medication guides and patient package inserts,

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