Harriet Lewis, a pharmacist and medicines optimisation lead at the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI), on pharmacists' clinical skills and how they can support the medicines optimisation agenda.
Ms Lewis spoke at the ABPI's annual conference on how pharmaceutical companies are supporting community pharmacists to optimise their patients' medicines.
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