Social Media Best Practices for Pharmacies

by pharmacy on September 19, 2018

pharmacy social mediaIn this era that is so strongly driven by social media, it is important for businesses of all types to have a social media presence. However, just putting up a Facebook page and sharing an article here and there isn’t quite enough. While it can be lots of fun, social media is something that you should go into with an air of seriousness. It can be a wonderful tool to boost your pharmacy’s business when you follow a few social media best practices. [click to continue…]

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7 Ways to Get Inspired to Be More Active

by pharmacy on September 12, 2018

active lifestyleExercise is so very important to both looking good and feeling good. In order to do your job of caring for others properly, you first need to take care of yourself. However, when you work in a demanding job with long hours, like a pharmacy, it can be tough to find time to get the workouts that your body needs. You will need to make a committed effort to fit exercise into a long work day, but it certainly can be done. Here are a few simple ways that you can get in a good workout, even when your time is at a minimum. [click to continue…]

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Tips for Your First Day in a New Pharmacy Job

by pharmacy on September 5, 2018

new pharmacy job tipsYou’ve completed your certifications, aced the interview, and landed your first job in a pharmacy. Congratulations! This is an exciting time as you start your new career, but it can also be a little nerve-wracking, as well. You’ll want to make a great first impression, but there is no need to stress yourself out about it. Just follow these tips for your first day at your new pharmacy job and you’ll feel right at home in no time at all! [click to continue…]

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pharmacy crisis trainingBasic first aid skills are useful for anyone to have, but they are imperative for anyone who works in a pharmacy. From pharmacists to cashiers, everyone should know what to do in a medical crisis and be able to step in during an emergency until EMTs arrive.  Of course, when faced with a serious medical emergency, the first course of action should be to have someone call 9-1-1 for paramedics and an ambulance, but in the meantime, basic medical training keeps a situation from turning tragic. [click to continue…]

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5 Pharmacy Apps You Need to Know

by pharmacy on August 15, 2018

pharmacy appsIn this highly technological era, it seems that there is an app for everything. Within the pharmacy, there are many phone apps that can provide useful information with just a few simple taps of a screen, letting you save time when counseling patients, tracking medication deliveries, and even communicating more clearly with your patients. Much of the information you can find on your computer or in massive manuals is accessible on your phone or tablet device. Take a look at some of these apps and see how they can help make your life a little easier. [click to continue…]

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Preparing for Your First Travel Pharmacy Job

by pharmacy on August 8, 2018

first travel pharmacy jobCongratulations! You’ve just landed your first job as a travel pharmacist! You’ve received your assignment in an exciting new location and you’re ready to pack your bags and hit the road. Right? Not so fast! Preparing for your first travel pharmacy job takes a little bit of work. You’ll want to be sure that you have everything in order before you head out on your first assignment. [click to continue…]

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