Hariri heads a committee session at the Parliament in Beirut, Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018. (The Daily Star/HO)
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Parliament's Public Health, Labor and Social Affairs Committee began discussing a law that would set standards for the clinical pharmacy profession. Clinical pharmacists provide patient care that aims to optimize medication usage, a role that in Lebanon is currently left to doctors and nurses who are not specialized in that field.Committee Rapporteur MP Mario Aoun told The Daily Star the law would set out the requirements and specifications needed to practice clinical pharmacology in Lebanon.
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