Positive impacts on a range of health factors

New research reveals community pharmacist-led interventions can positively impact on medication adherence, BP control, cholesterol management, COPD and asthma control Researchers from the School of Pharmacy at The University of Auckland, New Zealand, recently conducted a systematic review looking into the effectiveness of community pharmacist-led interventions. Their review, published this month in the International Journal

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