New drug-driving law and what it mean for pharmacists

NSW drug specialists may need to dob in patients who show they mean to drive while disabled by their prescriptions. This takes after a choice to widen the standards around drug driving.

Any new drugs that go onto the market will consequently be secured by the new prerequisites, Roads Minister Melinda Pavey told 2GB.

Be that as it may, drug specialists won’t really need to advise street authorizing experts if patients are intending to drive in the wake of being apportioned methadone.

Specialists will just need to report patients who get in the driver’s seat subsequent to beginning opioid substitution treatment or in the wake of getting a significantly expanded measurement or they can likewise report any patient who is carrying on unpredictably.

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