Pharmacy staff fail to detect CM harm

‘Pseudo-patient’ researchers found advice that prevented harm was provided by less than a fifth of pharmacists and only 11% of pharmacy assistants Researchers from the University of Sydney’s School of Pharmacy sent a ‘pseudo patient’ into NSW pharmacies to explore real-life pharmacy practice in relation to complementary medicines (CMs). One member of the research team

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