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A prescription for patient safety

By Dermot - 03rd Apr 2019

A joint one-day conference between the RCPI and the British Pharmacological Society took place at the College’s offices at No 6 Kildare Street on Friday, 29 March. Designed to address topics directly relevant to safe prescribing now and in the future, The Future of Safe Prescribing meeting had talks on cost-effective prescribing; managing polypharmacy; precision prescribing; and electronic prescribing.
Pictured L to R: Prof Mary Horgan, RCPI President; Prof David Williams, Associate Professor in Geriatric and Stroke Medicine, RCSI; and Prof Patrick Murray, Professor of Clinical Pharmacology, University College Dublin.

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