A Pharmaceutical Researcher will work mainly on two axes of research: contributing to the development of medicines, and evaluating pharmaceutical care and services.
Roles and responsibilities
What does a Pharmaceutical Researcher do?
Pharmaceutical Researchers may perform the following tasks:
- design a research plan to identify the need or problem, define the objective and the target population
- apply research protocols
- obtain the consensual participation of the subject
- offer pharmaceutical services
- interpret data and analyze results
- prepare scientific papers
- publish and apply the results of the research
- document adverse effects
- ensure pharmacotherapeutic follow-up
What personal requirements will you need?
- Sharp sense of detail
- Good communication skills
- Excellent editorial/writing skills
- Capacity to work independently
- Team management skills
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