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A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Exploring Perceptions and Attitude of Pharmacists towards Adverse Drug Reporting in Pakistan

  title={A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Exploring Perceptions and Attitude of Pharmacists towards Adverse Drug Reporting in Pakistan},
  author={Madeeha Malik and Aneela Amin and Azhar Hussain},
Monitoring of drug safety has become an integral part of clinical care and has increased responsibility on pharmacist to manage medication therapy by providing effective pharmaceutical care. Pharmacists have been working as an important link between prescriber and patients from centuries and their roles have recently become more diversified and patient oriented than just dispensing and inventory management [1]. They have been currently involved in disease prevention and health promotion… Expand
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