Clinical pharmacologists are doctors with training in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics, which is the science of medicines and their clinical use. Their main role is to improve patient care through the safe, economic and effective use of medicines.
Clinical pharmacologists often work in hospitals, providing specialist advice to patients and colleagues which improve the outcomes and experiences for patients. They may also work in academic settings, in industry and for national and government organisations.
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