The Pharmacist Defence Association (PDA) has published a statement raising concerns about the levels of training and competence of pharmacists working in general practice. The statement comes as the number of pharmacists working within general practice has increased dramatically in recent years. The PDA say they have noticed a ‘predicted’ upturn in queries from this group of pharmacists. These developments have caused the PDA some concern and has triggered the need to publish the statement.
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