Thursday, 7 September 2017

What’s stopping pharmacies doing more to reduce pressure on GPs?

What’s stopping pharmacies doing more to reduce pressure on GPs? Chemists can already provide vital services, such as the morning-after pill – but a new study shows they are being chronically underused

When a woman recently walked into Thorrun Govind’s high-street pharmacy in Bolton seeking help for a common infection, Govind quickly knew what to prescribe. But because the woman said she had not had the medication before, Govind had to check with her GP practice. They insisted the woman go in. Continue reading... The Guardian

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