‘The ’80s are calling Dr Zappala.’

Pharmacists are unimpressed with the latest pot shot from GPs, in which they were called “usurpers” Earlier this week, AMA vice-president Dr Chris Zappala wrote in Australian Medicine that he felt that “collaboration” was a euphemism for role substitution and that pharmacists are “straying dangerously” into medical territory. He wrote that this push was “conceivably

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