7th August 2018

Community pharmacist‐led interventions have been shown to contribute to improved adherence and better disease control

A study has shown that community pharmacist‐led interventions contribute to improved adherence and better disease control.

#GPPharmacists how can you work alongside your community pharmacist colleagues to manage your patients together in an integrated way?

Read on for more information and insight:

https://pharmacyinpractice.scot/2018/07/30/community-pharmacist%E2%80%90led-interventions-have-been-shown-to-contribute-to-improved-adherence-and-better-disease-control/

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