Provide specialist information and advice on medicinal products such as the appropriate use, the adverse reactions and the interactions with other medications.
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give specialist pharmaceutical advices
offer specialist advice on medication
give specialist pharmaceutical advice
provide specialist pharmaceutical advices
give specialist advice on medication
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Relationships with occupations
Provide specialist pharmaceutical advice is an essential skill of the following occupations:
Specialist pharmacist: Specialist pharmacists provide specialist services for companies in the pharmacy industry and in hospital pharmacies. The role of the specialist pharmacist varies throughout Europe, subject to national rules and training.
Provide specialist pharmaceutical advice is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.
Pharmacologist: Pharmacologists study the manner in which drugs and medicaments interact with organisms, living systems, and their parts (i.e. cells, tissues, or organs). Their research aims at identifying substances that can be ingested by humans and that exert adequate biochemical functions for curing illnesses.
Toxicologist: Toxicologists study the effects that chemical substances or biological and physical agents have in living organisms, more specifically, on the environment and on the animal and human health. They determine doses of the exposure to substances for arising toxic effects in environments, people, and living organisms, and also perform experiments on animals and cell cultures.
Microbiologist: Microbiologists study and research the life forms, characteristics, and processes of microscopic organisms. They study microorganisms such as bacteria, protozoa, fungi, etc. in order to diagnose and counteract the effects that these microorganisms might have in animals, in the environment, in the food industry, or in the health care industry.