Australian pharmacists' willingness to conduct rapid HIV testing in community pharmacies

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Community pharmacists are expanding their roles in health care, especially as they are distributed over wide geographical areas and are often open long hours. New rapid HIV testing technologies may offer further opportunities to expand their roles. A cross-sectional, online survey of Australian community pharmacists found most prepared to provide treatment to HIV patients, with the majority willing to become involved in rapid HIV testing. Journal compilation




Santella, A. J., Schlub, T. E., Fagan, D., Hillman, R. J., & Krass, I. (2016). Australian pharmacists’ willingness to conduct rapid HIV testing in community pharmacies. Sexual Health, 13(3), 292–294.

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