Pharmacy should be a health nexus: self-medication report

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Community pharmacy could become a hub for wellbeing, with pharmacists encouraging responsible self-medication and reducing unnecessary GP visits, a new report says. Developed by the Global Access Partners Taskforce on Self Care, Towards Responsible Self Care: The Role of Health Literacy, Pharmacy and Non-Prescription Medicines, sets out several recommendations for government, citizens, health professionals, industry

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