The clinical pharmacy and therapeutics research stream focuses on optimising the use of pharmacotherapy through developing and evaluating targeted interventions, expanding the role of the clinical pharmacist in supporting patient care and participating in multidisciplinary interventions/models of care to rationalise the use of pharmacotherapy.
In particular, the teams research interests span:
- Clinical and hospital pharmacy settings, and how they integrate across the continuum of care
- At-risk clinical contexts: acute care, high risk pharmacotherapy (e.g., antithrombotics, thrombolysis, opioid analgesics), at-risk patients (e.g., elderly, ethno-culturally diverse patient populations)
- National health priority areas of cardiovascular, stroke prevention and hypertension
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