‘Urgent’ need to address workforce issues

Smaller rural pharmacies are being smashed by the “triple whammy” of extreme workforce shortages, higher relative workloads and escalating wages, argues advocacy group Community pharmacies in rural and remote areas are falling “drastically short” of pharmacist-to-population benchmarks and a Workforce Incentive Program is urgently needed, argues the Rural Pharmacy Network Australia (RPNA), The RPNA conducted

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