The application of clinical pharmacy is one of the most important factors of health care in developed countries and contributes to reducing the incidence of side effects of drugs and thus reducing the total cost of treatment and reducing the mortality rate in general.
- The clinical pharmacist must have the ability to implement and apply drug-related controls, i.e. make the appropriate decision regarding which drug deserves to be marketed, which drug deserves to be placed in local and national prescription lists, any established controls, and treatment guidelines must be implemented.
- Make clinical pharmacists active by working in clinical trials at various levels: organized into ethical committees, monitoring studies, destruction and preparation of drugs.
- 1. Providing patient health care, optimizing medication use, promoting health and wellness, and preventing disease
- 2. Establish solid laboratory skills as a basis for high-quality clinical service
- 3. Reducing the expenses of drug treatment resulting from the nature of health systems as well as because of the patient himself, as the best appropriate treatment is provided to the largest number of patients. –
- 4. Raising a generation that loves research and drug development.
- 5. – Cognitive and practical development in laboratory analyzes supports the progress of health care
- 6. – Providing health care with pharmacists who have the ability to combine medicine and science.
- Graduating a generation capable of training, supervising and managing clinical laboratories.