clinical pharmacy

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clin·i·cal phar·ma·cy

a branch of pharmacy practice that emphasizes the therapeutic use of drugs rather than the preparation and dispensing of drugs.
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clin·i·cal phar·ma·cy

(klini-kăl fahrmă-sē)
Branch of pharmacy practice that emphasizes therapeutic use of drugs rather than their preparation and dispensing.
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As part of the initiative, clinical pharmacists answer patient questions related to medication dosages, effectiveness, side effects, drug interactions and adverse reactions.
As part of the initiative, clinical pharmacists answer patients' questions related to medication dosages, effectiveness, side effects, drug interactions, and adverse reactions.
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She also expects that Dow College of Pharmacy would be producing and providing top quality clinical pharmacists to pursue their career as a professional in the near future.
She expressed hoped that Dow College of Pharmacy would produce top quality clinical pharmacists in the near future.
The changes will see clinical pharmacists taking on an increased role in GP practices, including meeting patients and providing advice on medications.
Clinical pharmacists provide patient care that aims to optimize medication usage, a role that in Lebanon is currently left to doctors and nurses who are not specialized in that field.
"We propose expansion of comprehensive medication management programs by clinical pharmacists in collaborative practices with physicians and other prescribers as an effective and scalable approach to mitigate these avoidable costs and improve patient outcomes," the authors write.
Loice Ombajo said the guidelines will be used by physicians, clinical pharmacists, and nurses.
Clinical pharmacists work as part of the general practice team by providing expertise on day-to-day medicine issues and offering consultations with patients directly.
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