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Can Fam Physician. Mar 1994; 40: 468–471.
PMCID: PMC2380072

Pharmacy services in family medicine residencies. Survey of clinics associated with Canadian residency programs.


Surveys were mailed to 82 family medicine clinics associated with residency programs in Canada to ascertain the extent, if any, of pharmacy involvement in the programs. Eight of the 58 (13.8%) usable returns had pharmacists directly involved. They provided pharmacy-based services, offered clinical services, and participated in research.

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