Clinical sociologists also liaise with other medical professionals such as psychologists, sociologists, psychiatrists, social workers in corrective service as well as medical personnel among others.
The work of clinical sociologists can be expanded to include social resources and resilience such as minding the living situation of patients from hospital until they are at home and well enough. This is important because the health of a patient is affected by the living conditions he or she is currently in or likely to be in in the near future. When a patient is recuperating, he needs all the attention necessary which brings the need for individualized therapy approach more specialized than what can be offered by psychologists (Bruhn & Rebach 115). The patients will also need coaching on how to reintegrate back in society especially those who have been in hospital or specialized care away from society for a while. All these can be made possible through granting more power and roles to the clinical