Simple UTIs aren’t simple, says doc

doctor makes "stop" gesture with hand - ama
Doctors continue to oppose Queensland’s trial of pharmacist provision of UTI treatment, with one GP warning of “landmines” Following the Queensland Government’s announcement last month that pharmacists would be able to provide short-term treatment for simple UTIs under the state-wide trial, doctor groups lashed out at the concept. The RACGP and national AMA both warned

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