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All this fascinated him to the point that he continued working there throughout high school. After that, he attended and graduated from the Albany College of Pharmacy and got his master’s degree in pharmacy management from St. John’s University in New York City. Would you have the patience to help people sift through the hurdles of insurance? Are you business oriented and able to think in terms of the bottom-line? His next step was a job. The best ones available were in hospital pharmacies, and he worked his way up to the role of director in two of them.

Is it leeching too much electrolyte from the system? Is the patient dehydrated? When problems exist, Dr. Wen will suggest alternative solutions. Then, complying with long-term care joint commission requirements, she writes her notes about each patient, explaining why a particular medicine is appropriate. The examinations and documentation usually take between two to three hours. “As a hospice pharmacist, I view the family as my patient. There’s a need for me to talk with them and make them comfortable with the idea of opiates and morphine.

Immediately, her mother’s breathing, mental capacity and agility improved. “Sometimes just by knowing the customer, being supportive and explaining things to the caretaker, I have been able to help them. ” >>> fast facts What do you need? ) • Courses in pharmacy administration may be helpful What’s it take? • A current, active license to practice pharmacy • Bachelor of Science (BS) or Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree* Where will you practice? • Community pharmacies (independent or chain) • Supermarkets *Students graduating after Spring 2004 will be required to have a PharmD degree 34 the pfizer guide > community pharmacist chapter four compounding pharmacist A T R U E TA L E As a compounding pharmacist, Pat McGowen, BS, RPh, CDE, provides medications that either are not available through commercial channels or need to be prepared in different delivery forms.

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