Four Ways Pharmacists Are Fighting Opioid Abuse

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The following was provided by Drug Topics:

Efforts to address the opioid epidemic are as complex as the problem, with involvement ranging from government agencies to state pharmacy boards to addiction specialists to medical professionals. Pharmacists may be the first to suspect opioid abuse and misuse, and many have altered the way they interact with patients who take opioids. Studies have found that pharmacists say the epidemic has changed the way they counsel patients about pain management and potential problems. Here are some of the biggest ways pharmacy practice is changing. CLICK HERE to read more.

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