Minor ailments are self-limiting, easily diagnosable and treatable conditions. Funded pharmacist minor ailments services (PMAS) have been posited to improve medicines access equity and, despite ethnic minorities across the globe experiencing reduced access to medicines and health care, PMAS internationally have not explicitly centered ethnic equity in service design or outcome measurement.


Creator | Kaihanga
Māori Pharmacists Association and National Hauora Coalition
Year of Creation | Tau
Publisher | Kaiwhakaputa
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy
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Attribution CC BY
Keywords | Kupu
pharmacist, Māori, medicine, healthcare
Main Language | Reo Matua
Submitter's Rights | Nga Tika o te Kaituku
I am the author / creator of this resource
This Research has
been peer reviewed by academics at a university
Bibliographic Citation | Whakapuakanga

Joanna Hikaka, Robert Haua, Nora Parore, Brendon McIntosh, Anneka Anderson, Kevin Pewhairangi, Rachel Brown,
Designing for health equity: A mixed method study exploring community experiences and perceptions of pharmacists’ role in minor ailment care,
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy,
Volume 19, Issue 4,
Pages 643-652,
ISSN 1551-7411,

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