Sixty-day ‘catastrophe’ for patients with low health literacy

Rural pharmacy owner and former young pharmacist of the year Taren Gill gets “fired up” about the changes to opioid dependence therapy, and the impact on rural and regional pharmacy of 60-day dispensing Taren Gill, who owns a pharmacy in Victoria’s western region – in the state’s lowest socioeconomic shire – talks to AJP Podcast

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