Stop pretending full scope ‘isn’t going to cost’

a bunch of 20 dollar notes
Pharmacists working to their full scope of practice will not be the panacea to Australia’s primary healthcare woes, if programs are not adequately funded. In a post on the Rural Pharmacy Network Australia’s Facebook page, Tasmanian pharmacists, Katie Stott and Fredrik Hellqvist, voiced concerns that consumers’ out-of-pocket costs for accessing proposed pharmacist-delivered services could put

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