“Convenience and accessibility”

An evaluation of the first pharmacist-administered vaccinations in WA has shown positive results for patient and practitioner A team from Curtin University’s School of Pharmacy has evaluated the first run of influenza vaccinations administered by pharmacists in WA between March and October of 2015. They approached the study using mixed methods including: surveys; analysing pharmacy computer

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