RACGP voices opposition to pharmacist-initiated antivirals

RACGP president questions pharmacists’ motivation in wanting rights to prescribe Covid-19 antivirals  Steps to ensure “there are no perverse incentives for prescribing” need to be taken before pharmacists could be allowed to prescribe Covid-19 antiviral medicines, Dr Nicole Higgins, the president of the Royal Australia College of General Practitioners says.  Speaking to Seven News, Higgins rejected

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