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The impacts of the PSS Practice Guide for Minor Ailments for pharmacists
 

The impacts of the PSS Practice Guide for Minor Ailments for pharmacists

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In 2016, the Pharmaceutical Society of Singapore (PSS) published "The Practice Guide for Minor Ailments”, a collection of guidelines for the 14 most commonly encountered minor ailments in Singapore. This is the first ever local compilation of the sort.
 
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12 Feb 2017 - General
 
I have gone through singapore pharmacy council site there included 7 guides like self care, GERD, Hair loss, skin care, smoking, allergic cough cold etc, vulvo vaginal candidiasis. other 7 topics are coming soon I am happy to see all required list of information but it is only padi type means only through subscription. It should be avail for free because we can get same information on official public domains also. Pleas go through http://www.pss.org.sg/store/online-cpe/pss-practice-guide-minor-...
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It is true that this is surely impressive in making Singaporean pharmacists lives easier. It is true that it may receive a mixed of pros and cons from the public. As being said in the article, though it will be an easy guideline for them to diagnose condition and be able to know what are the in line treatments and medications. But on the other hand, it will make their mind to be no longer working and avoid thinking out of the box. Thus will give them difficulty if these guidelines will no longer...
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