Do you know how to talk to patients about pain?


It all starts with the pharmacy assistant.

If the pharmacist and pharmacy assistant are not convinced about the alternatives to low-dose codeine, then the patient won’t be, according to the Future of Pharmacy eBook.

With codeine’s move to prescription only, it’s important to reassure patients they have options.

But it all starts out front with the pharmacy assistant.

They need to be able to confidently bring the patient to see the pharmacist. And the pharmacist needs to be able to ask the right questions to take it from there.


Click here to find out more and get your free copy of the Future of Pharmacy eBook.


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