Response from the Pharmacist on Dispensing Rights Using Studies

by Datuk Dr Kuljit
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http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/05/146283/healthcare-not-one-man-show

Its amazing to see that the pharmacist are trying their best to justify their crusade of monopolising dispensing. They now realise that its going to be tough to get the dispensing rights out of the GPs.

We support the move that the stake holders have at the present, that patients can have a choice. All the studies cited may not have enough of evidences and strength to show its worth to prove their point.

I will always support the GPs to continue dispensing to help our patients.

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angrychemist May 20, 2016 - 12:32 am

Justify our crusade to monopolize dispensing?? I would rather say this is our crusade to liberate the monopoly from the GPs. Roughly about 60% of the income of the GPs comes from sales of medicine. This is what you’re actually supporting.

GPs to continue dispensing to help patients?? Its usually some SPM grad who mans the dispensing counter providing little to non advice related to proper use of medications which puts more harm to patients. Oh also, not to mention 3 days courses of beta lactam antibiotics? Preparing the future world for deadly bugs this act is. Oh i could go on all day.

I could work with finding middle ground with doctors if they could level their heads from clouds of grandiosity and greed. But then again you have people like this, manners goes out the window for this

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Kuljit May 22, 2016 - 1:47 am

Its amazing to see that this ent is trying his best to justify his crusade of monopolising dispensing. He now realise that its so great to get the dispensing rights with the GPs.

We support the move that the stake holders have at the present, that patients can have a choice. All the studies cited may not have enough of evidences and strength to show its worth to prove their point.

Therefore, we shall abandon most of not all trials and studies carried out by doctors because these studies may not have enough evidence and strength to prove any point other than the opinion of my esteemed expert opinion as an ent who was never published or carried out any citavle research or possess any reputable PhD.

Thus, I urge my fellow drs to disbelieve most evidence from the Lancet or nejm or the bank wiothout further question. Refer to my expert opinion in any case of doubt.

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