Push for mandatory unit dose barcoding

Pharmacists at the Peter McCallum Cancer Centre want the TGA to mandate barcoding for unit dose products  Mandating pharmaceutical companies to include barcodes on unit doses of products could boost medication safety, pharmacists from the Peter McCallum Cancer Centre believe.   Speaking at the Medication Safety and Efficiency Conference in Sydney last week (7 March),

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