Stock Photo by Sean Locke www.digitalplanetdesign.comOur pharmacists are highly trained health professionals who are in an ideal position to detect, resolve and document drug-related problems during the course of prescription-related activities, predominantly dispensing and counselling.

A Clinical Intervention is a professional activity by the pharmacist directed towards improving the quality use of your medicines by patients.

It may result in a recommendation for a change in your medication therapy, means of administration and/or medication taking behaviour.

Patient safety is expected to improve through the use of a systemised approach that is underpinned by Quality Use of Medicines (QUM) principles to reduce adverse events and medication error, and maximise health outcomes for consumers.