Soaring enrolments to help pharmacist shortage

Growing enrolments will help solve pharmacy workforce shortages, says a pharmacy professor James Cook University’s pharmacy enrolments have more than doubled this year – and graduates have no problem finding jobs, the university says. The vast majority are choosing to remain in North Queensland to work. JCU Head of Pharmacy Associate Professor Michelle Bellingan says

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