It is a debatable issue - but in essence, yes, there are many clinical pharmacists.
You will find a lot of people refer to hospital pharmacists as clinical pharmacists. However, this is a little deceiving as there are pharmacists within hospital that focus on technical services. Also, there are many community pharmacists that offer clinical services - so it seems rude to not call them clinical pharmacists.
If you're looking to do the MSc in Clinical Pharmacy you may have to be prepared to undertake the Post Graduate Diploma beforehand.
I really hope to do master of clinical pharmacy at uk
but i had only view universities chioces
because most of them offer this master course inly for pharmacists who they are pregistered asmpharmacist at uk , and this is not possible for me as overseas pharmacist ,