Pharmacogenetic Testing Practices in Qatar
Hazem Elewa, a member of the iPACT network, talks about community and clinical pharmacy practice on the latest episode of The Pharmacists Are In podcast series, recorded at FIP 2018 in Glasgow.
Hazem Elewa, member of the iPACT network, and John Papastergiou, iPACT board member and podcast host, discuss the campaign for a greater scope of practice, the implementation of pharmacogenetic clinics, and the future of pharmacist-run pharmacogenetic testing in Qatar.
Hazem is a clinical assistant professor at the Qatar University, and runs an anticoagulation clinic in the hospital setting in Qatar. He draws on his experience as a postdoctoral fellow studying pharmacogenetic guided dosing of warfarin at the University of Florida.
Listen to the podcast below!