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Associations of registered pharmacists typically provide a variety of services to their members, which may include:

  1. Continuing Education: Associations of registered pharmacists often offer continuing education opportunities to their members to keep them updated on the latest developments in the field of pharmacy.

  2. Professional Development: These associations provide resources for pharmacists to develop their skills, network with other professionals in the field, and advance their careers.

  3. Advocacy: Associations of registered pharmacists advocate for the interests of their members and work to promote policies that benefit the profession.

  4. Support: These associations offer support to their members in various ways, such as providing access to legal resources, counselling services, and other resources to help pharmacists deal with work-related issues.

  5. Research: Associations of registered pharmacists often fund and conduct research projects to advance the field of pharmacy and improve patient care.

  6. Information Sharing: These associations share information on the latest drugs, technologies, and practices in the pharmacy industry, helping their members stay up-to-date and informed.

  7. Community Engagement: Associations of registered pharmacists may also engage in community outreach and education initiatives to promote public health and safety.

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