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5 Traits Every Pharmacy Manager Should Have

by pharmacy on September 26, 2019

Pharmacy Manager

Advancing to become a pharmacy manager is a goal that many new pharmacists set when starting down their career path. Some find their way to the top quickly, while others never seem to be able to reach the position they so desire. What is it that makes a good pharmacy manager? What skills should you demonstrate to help you on your way to the promotion you want? While that answer is just a little different in every company, here are five traits every pharmacy manager should have. [click to continue…]

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Top Conferences for Pharmacist in 2019

by pharmacy on February 13, 2019

Attending conferences is a great experience for pharmacists in all aspects of the field. Whether you’re a clinical or research pharmacist looking to learn about the latest innovations or a retail pharmacist who would like to build a better network for job advancement possibilities, there is truly something for everyone. You can find conference opportunities throughout the world, all year round, but here are a few of our top conferences for pharmacists in 2019 in the United States.

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It’s Time to Chill: National Pharmacy Week

by pharmacy on October 22, 2018

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Let’s give it up for the pharmacists and pharmacy technicians who make life better every day. This week on our Facebook page, we’re rounding up the ways in which pharmacy pros chill in between their busy schedules of helping customers make more informed decisions when it comes to health and medicines.

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How to Manage a Non-Compliant Patient

by pharmacy on September 26, 2018

non compliant patientPart of your job as a pharmacist is helping your patients to understand their medications and what kind of difference they will make in their lives. It can be concerning when a patient isn’t showing any positive progress or having the outcomes expected for a specific medication. For some, it might be a case of the wrong medication being prescribed. Or you might be dealing with a non-compliant patient who isn’t taking their medications or is taking them against instructions. [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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