‘Gamechanger for women and girls’ health’

Queensland to authorise pharmacists to prescribe hormonal contraceptives from July  Community pharmacists in Queensland will be able to prescribe hormonal contraceptives to women aged 16 years and older under a new pilot starting in July.   The trial, announced by Shannon Fentiman, Queensland’s Health Minister, during a women’s networking lunch at the Australian Pharmacy Professional

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