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  • Pharmacists are healthcare professionals who specialize in the right way to use, store, preserve, and provide medicine. They can guide you on how to use medications, and let you know about any potential adverse effects of what you take. They fill prescriptions issued by doctors and other healthcare professionals.

 A pharmacist, also known as a health professional who knows the composition, properties, interactions and proper use of medications. The pharmacist provides pharmaceutical information and clinical advice to the public, as well as primary health care and First Aid services to patients. Using knowledge of the mechanism of action of drugs, the pharmacist understands how they should be used to achieve maximum benefit, minimal side effects and to avoid drug interactions.



Clinical Pharmacist:


  • Clinical pharmacists are licensed practitioners with advanced education and training who practice in all types of patient care settings with a focus on comprehensive medication management. These specialized pharmacists are focused on achieving optimal use of medications, emphasizing dosing, monitoring, identification of adverse effects, and economic efficiency to achieve optimal patient outcomes. Clinical pharmacists are gaining significant attention worldwide as important members of the patient care team for ambulatory and acute care patients.



  • The definition of clinical pharmacy is a health science discipline where pharmacists provide patient care that optimizes medication therapy and promotes health, wellness, and disease prevention1. Clinical pharmacists practice in all health care settings and utilize in-depth knowledge of medications and disease states to manage medication therapy as part of a multi-professional team. Clinical pharmacists are responsible and accountable for medication therapy and patient outcomes. They are a primary source of scientifically valid information on the safe, appropriate, and cost-effective use of medications.