NZ Pharmacy Research Review Issue 84

In this issue:
  -  Removing prescription co-payments can reduce hospitalisation risk
  -  Does pharmacist counselling improve opioid medication disposal behaviour?
  -  Does splitting a tablet give an accurate dose?
  -  Māori patients’ experiences of minor ailments care and perceptions of pharmacists’ role
  -  Collaboration between community pharmacists and primary care providers
  -  Impact of patient-centred prescription medication labels on adherence
  -  Optimising adherence to allopurinol in patients with gout
  -  Core clinical skills for pharmacist prescribers working in general practice
  -  An audit of discharge medicines counselling in an acute elderly admissions unit
  -  Identifying target areas of medicines information for pregnant and breastfeeding women

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