Pollies back pharmacist UTI care

UTI toilet
South Australian health minister, Chris Picton, is being urged to implement a pharmacist-initiated urinary tract infection (UTI) treatment program “as soon as practicable”  Recommendations from the South Australian Parliament’s Select Committee on Access to UTI Treatment final report call for the government to introduce a “permanent” pharmacist prescribing program.   The report said recommended that

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