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Clinical Pharmacological Reconciliation, Review and Feedback in Ensuring Patient Safety
  • Shambo Samajdar,
  • Santanu Tripathi
Shambo Samajdar

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Santanu Tripathi
Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine, Kolkata (formerly), N S Medical College and Hospital Patna, Bihar,
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Medically qualified clinical pharmacologists specialise in drugs and their usage. Thus, a clinical pharmacologist should be involved in patient education, drug development, access and utilisation research, policy and procedure development, and safer medicine use. India has 5.2 million medication errors yearly, which are just a fraction of healthcare system incidents. Clinical pharmacological reconciliation, review, and feedback (CPRRF) is essential to reduce medication-related tragedies. Clinical pharmacologists can employ CPRRF principles to improve patient safety and efficacy.To improve patient safety, the World Health Organisation wants to integrate Clinical Pharmacology into the health care system. However, this is taking time. Policymakers should design and execute novel strategies to speed up this process.