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NatRUM Update

Posted by Jean Spinks on 14 July 2016

National Return of Unwanted Medicines project (NatRUM) data collection has now started. Data collectors have finished work at the Brisbane incineration site and are already finding interesting results. The audit component of the project is expected to run for the next two months.

From left: NatRUM Project Manager Toni Riley, Griffith Uni NatRUM team members; Alejandra Gallardo-Godoy, Fiona Kelly, Amanda Wheeler, Emilie Bettington

 

Author: Jean Spinks
About: Dr Jean Spinks is a Research Fellow in Health Economics with a focus on Access to Medicines issues. Jean is a registered pharmacist who has worked in community and hospital pharmacy in Australia and internationally in the Asia-Pacific region. She has post-graduate qualifications in public health, and has undertaken the two-year Victorian Public Health Training Scheme. She has published a number of papers in the areas of health economics and public health.

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