Sexual health services enhance access to care

Community pharmacists can positively impact patients’ sexual and reproductive health, but barriers remain including remuneration, workload and legislation Pharmacists’ role in sexual and reproductive health is “feasible and highly accepted by users” in several areas including screening, vaccination and prescribing, a scoping review published in BMJ Open has found. Researchers from the University of Alberta

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