Are doctors making a case for pharmacy UTI services?

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Readers react to leading doctor’s call to ditch pharmacist-initiated UTI services, following spike in emergency department (ED) presentations by patients seeking care  Australian Medical Association Queensland (AMAQ) president, Dr Maria Boulton, called for the sunshine state’s pharmacy-based UTI treatment program to be scrapped following an increase in hospital presentations for the condition.  Boulton noted that “urinary

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