clinical pharmacist

clin·i·cal phar·ma·cist

(klin-i'kăl fahr'mă-sist)
A registered pharmacist trained in clinical aspects of patient care.
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Noora said:"From my training in Vancouver and Qatar, I can say that the clinical pharmacist has a very well-established role in both countries.
Al-Hamad said, "From my training in Vancouver and Qatar, I can say that the clinical pharmacist has a very well-established role in both countries.
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Polypharmacy is the medical term used to describe the simultaneous use of multiple medications for one or more conditions and can often result in negative outcomes," explains clinical pharmacist Dominick A.
They said that a clinical pharmacist should be appointed in every 10 bed hospital in the province.
This study was carried out to assess the impact of DRPs and clinical pharmacist interventions on therapeutic outcomes of the patients admitted to a tertiary care hospital.
There are many substantial obstacles to promote clinical pharmacy education and clinical pharmacist services in hospitals.
The role of the clinical pharmacist is rapidly expanding to stay ahead of the changing dynamics brought on by health care reform.
Background: Jones is a clinical pharmacist at Arkansas Children's Hospital and an associate professor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences' College of Pharmacy.
Run by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, many patients now see a therapist, clinical pharmacist or advanced nurse practitioner (ANP), freeing up their GP to deal with more complex medical problems.
Overall, a solid consensus was observed among pharmacists that pharmaceutical care is exclusively the role of a clinical pharmacist (P = 0.
Project lead Dr Wasim Baqir, a clinical pharmacist at Northumbria NHS Foundation Trust, said: "As you go through life you pick up different medicines.
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