The effect of community pharmacist education and training on medication dispensing and counselling
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There is a great deal of concern surrounding the dispensing practices; a majority of studies conducted in the KSA indicated that the risk of dispensing errors was increasing.
Objectives: To evaluate the effect of community pharmacist education and training on medication dispensing and counselling.
Methods: The data was collected by the researchers with a designed pretested interview questionnaire. Shadowing enabled the researcher to understand the user's perspective.