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Клиническая фармакология в здравоохранении, образовании и науке

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Эта публикация является переводом единственной оригинальной официальной версии, опубликованной на английском языке. Перевод сделан Всероссийской ассоциацией клинических фармакологов.

Данный меморандум посвящён вкладу клинической фармакологии в здравоохранение, образование и науку. Он был составлен и отредактирован представителями Международного объединения по общей и клинической фармакологии (IUPHAR), Всемирной организации здравоохранения (ВОЗ) и Международного совета медицинских научных организаций (CIOMS). Он представляет собой обновленную и отредактированную версию недавней работы «Клиническая фармакология в науке, образовании и здравоохранении — взгляд IUPHAR, Международного объединения по общей и клинической фармакологии», которая была опубликована в «Журнале общей и клинической фармакологии и токсикологии» (BСPT) в 2010, том 107, страницы 531–559. Этот документ содержит новые главы, имеющие особую значимость для глобального здравоохранения.

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