2nd October 2018

Practice based pharmacists free up five hours of GP time a week

A clinical pharmacist based in a GP practice frees up almost five hours of GP time per week just by taking on prescribing work, a small study of practices in Scotland has found.1 They also improve patient safety and staff morale, and reduce stress levels in the practice, according to surveys of GPs and practice staff.

Read here for the full report by the BMJ:

https://www.bmj.com/content/362/bmj.k4019?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign_name=201809271&utm_source=etoc_weekly

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