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Just because you haven't been trained as a doctor doesn't minimize the important role you play in preventing errors with regard to your medicines, or those for your family! As the patient (or the caregiver), you have a great deal at stake in the success of your drug therapy and should assert your right - and your responsibility - to ask relevant questions. By the very process of asking questions about your medicines, you understand why you are taking them, how to take them, and what to expect so that you can detect potential errors. Ask your doctor, chemist or nurse questions about the medications. You should completely understand your health problem and what you can expect from the medicines. Read More…..
Read the Book: Using Information Therapy to Put Patients First