Key Points for Pharmacists on the Impact of Biological, Sociological Variables on Treatment Outcomes


Sarah Temkin, MD, of the Office of Research on Women’s Health at the National Institutes of Health, discusses some key points for pharmacists on the impact of biological and sociological variables on treatment outcomes.

Pharmacy Times interviewed Sarah Temkin, MD, associate director for clinical research in the Office of Research on Women’s Health at the National Institutes of Health. Temkin was recently a keynote speaker at the Sex and Gender Health Education Summit, which looked to address the current progress to transform medical education and health care training.

During this discussion, Temkin addresses key points that are important for pharmacists to understand about how biological and sociological variables may impact treatment outcomes.

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