What does a GP pharmacist really do?

Nearly 2,000 medication discrepancies were identified and more than 600 high-risk interventions provided in just six months of this GP pharmacist program In just half a year, one PHN program saw more than 11,800 activities undertaken by general practice (GP) pharmacists, including 2,500 patient consultations. GP pharmacist Mayli Foong, from Perth in Western Australia, shared

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