Three-quarters of Aussie nursing home residents on regular painkillers: study

“Australia and Japan both have rapidly ageing populations but appear to have very different patterns of painkiller use,” says a pharmacist who has just examined how health professionals from both countries look at pain Laura Dowd, a pharmacist and Monash Centre for Medicine Use and Safety PhD candidate, led the study, which has just been

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