Let doctors diagnose and pharmacists prescribe

Pharmacist prescribing could cut medication use and improve patient outcomes, expert claims  Patients could be better off if doctors were to deliver diagnoses and leave decisions around medications to pharmacists, the CEO of a Canadian pharmacy body believes.   Beverly Zwicker, the chief executive officer of the Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists, said that broadening

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