South Australia green lights pharmacist prescribing

UTI toilet
South Australian government backs community pharmacists to ease pressure on public hospitals  Pharmacists in South Australia will be able to diagnose and treat uncomplicated urinary tract infections (UTIs) from March 2024.   Chris Picton, the state’s minister for Health and Wellbeing, confirmed the government has accepted the recommendations of the SA Parliament’s Select Committee on

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