A pharmacist is a licensed person skilled in the practice of preparing, preserving, compounding, and dispensing drugs. All hospitals have pharmacists and pharmacies. Clinical pharmacists are available for consultation at a patient’s request and can review and discuss patient medication side effects or adverse reactions.RelevanceClinical pharmacists are an added safety measure embraced by hospitals to avoid medication errors.

Can We Find the Right Formula for Legal Physician-Assisted Death?

Last month, I wrote about my ambivalence about the EoLOA in a personal essay about a client who desired, but did not carry out, a physician-assisted death in the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine.

/ July 2, 2018