To sell or not to sell – emergency contraception sales and the window of efficacy.

  • At: 2018 FIP Congress in Glasgow (Scotland)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: KYLE, Greg (Queensland University of Technology, Discipline of Pharmacy)
  • Co-author(s): Greg Kyle: Discipline of Pharmacy, Queensland University of Technology, BRISBANE, Australia
    Harriet Smith: Queensland Behavioural Economics Group (QuBE), Queensland University of Technology, BRISBANE, Australia
    Esther Lau: Discipline of Pharmacy, Queensland University of Technology, BRISBANE, Australia
    Stephen Whyte: Queensland Behavioural Economics Group (QuBE), Queensland University of Technology, BRISBANE, Australia
    Uwe Dulleck: Queensland Behavioural Economics Group (QuBE), Queensland University of Technology, BRISBANE, Australia;Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, CANBERRA, Australia;CESifo, Ludwig Maximilians Universitat, MUNICH, Germany
    Lisa Nissen: School of Clinical Sciences, Queensland University of Technology, BRISBANE, Australia
  • Abstract:

    Background

    Pharmacists are medicines experts, viewed as trustworthy by patients. Australian pharmacists do not charge consultation fees, but recoup this expense in product sales. A product can be recommended to generate profit when health advice is sought, but may not concord with national professional guidelines.

     

    Methods

    Eight female students were

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