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Pharmacy teams invited to participate in oral health study


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A study launched to understand the key aspects of oral health care from the perspective of community pharmacies has invited pharmacy teams to participate in the process.

Researchers from University of Leeds are keen to obtain the views from medicines counter assistants, who are often the first point of contact for patients.

The survey includes questions about oral health conditions that pharmacy team members come across in their daily role.

Answers to the survey are anonymous and participants will not be identifiable.

The survey results will help in developing a programme of research that supports community pharmacy staff to give appropriate advice signpost people presenting with oral health conditions.


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