Enabling factors for clinical pharmacology. An Illustration of the proportion (%) of respondents regarding: composition of the personnel (A), clinical pharmacology activities (B), drug situation (C) and clinical pharmacology recognition (D). Key: A: Drs = medical officers; Lab = laboratory personnel; Other = other health workers. Pharms = pharmacists; P-officers = poison information officers; B: Consult = consultations; D/util. = drug utilization; D-policy = drug policy; Other = other services; P/vig = pharmacovigilance; Poisons = poison information services; Post-gr. = post graduate training; Res = research; Trials = clinical trials; U-gra-T = undergraduate training; C: D-imported = most drug are imported; DRA = have a drug regulatory authority; Drugs = drugs meet patient requirements; Eff-DRA = ineffective DRA; Pats = had appropriate mix of patients for training purposes; D: College-CP = had a College of Clinical pharmacologists; CP-unit/dept = had a clinical pharmacology unit/department; Govt-recog = Clinical pharmacology recognised by government; P/society = had a pharmacology society.