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    Pharmacists play a key role in patient care and well-being. Not only do quality pharmacists dispense prescriptions to their patient’s, but they also consul them on how to get superior results. By maintain a thoughtful relationship and open communication with patients, pharmacists are able to best access their patient’s needs. As a pharmacist, it would be my goal to have that strong relationship with my patients. My dad personally struggled with taking his prescriptions, as most individuals diagnosed

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    Pharmacists Essay

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    Being a pharmacist means entering into a diverse yet extremely rewarding field of work. Pharmacists are heavily involved in the preparation and dispensing of medicinal drugs. However, some pharmacists are involved in the actual research and development for the pharmaceutical manufacturers. Pharmacists fall into the Health Science career cluster. As of right now, the demand for pharmacists is going up at a steady rate due to the rapid expansion of the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries (Job

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    A Career as a Pharmacist

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    the janitors, surgeons, receptionists, and even the pharmacists. Each job is necessary in order for the hospitals to function properly; for instance, the doctors diagnose the patient with their illness, prescribe them medication to cure it, and send them to the pharmacist, who then gives them their medication and sends them home. However, some jobs are overlooked more than others and do not receive the proper credit, like the pharmacist. Pharmacists are recognized for dispensing and sorting drugs, but

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    A Career as a Pharmacist

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    Pharmacists have very important roles in healthcare from all angles. Physicians and licensed practitioners that write a written prescription, the pharmacist reviews patient history, health conditions, and interactions with the new medication prescribed. As a pharmacy technician (for six years) I had a somewhat of an overview on what they accomplished in a shift but did not know everything on what I know now from this research. Pharmacy students that are in the process to obtain their doctor of pharmacy

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    The Life of a Pharmacist

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    Nancy Kicklider was born in the United States in the mid-1970s. A Marietta, Georgia, native, Nancy has traveled over United States multiple times throughout her life. Upon entering high school, Nancy and her family moved to Wedowee, Alabama, two hours shy of Marietta, Georgia. She graduated from Randolph County High School, which is positioned in Wedowee. Although over the years Randolph county high school has had an increase in their graduation rate, a high number of students do not pursue a

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    On November 26, 2013, I had the pleasure of shadowing Mrs. Jackie Becks, a registered pharmacist at CVS Pharmacy in Bellevue, Ohio. The six hours of shadowing seemed to go by very quickly and was very enjoyable. Mrs. Becks graduated from the Ohio State University’s College of Pharmacy. She has been in the profession for at least two decades. I observed Mrs. Becks as she verified each prescription that the pharmacy technicians filled. She showed me the system that CVS uses with the bar codes. It was

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    professional is the pharmacy and the pharmacist has a duty to the patient in the area of their safety and wellbeing. The work a pharmacist does in the field of retail pharmacy is seen by most part of the general public as “counting pills into a bottle and labeling it, sometimes leaving the computer screen to tell the patient to take their pills by just reading what the bottle says, but there is a more to it. As a teenager I had this same perception of a pharmacist as the guy or lady behind the counter

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    repair mechanisms was due to my persistence in understanding the theories beyond the bench. Likewise, I believed in the necessity to thoroughly understand a pharmacy career by participating in related activities. While interpreting for student pharmacists as they helped the underserved elderly select

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    combine my interest in biology and chemistry to develop and understand biochemical relationships and then apply that knowledge in the field of pharmacy. I believe that pharmacists play a vital role in society in promoting the safe and effective use of medications therefore promoting better health for the community. Pharmacists also play a vital role in ensuring that there are no complications or unforeseen drug conflicts. Additionally they also serve as professionals whom patients go to for advice

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    Pharmacist Case Study

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    profession of pharmacy continues to grow, many pharmacists are becoming less satisfied with their jobs. There are many different factors that contribute to this decrease in satisfaction which are ultimately impacting patient care and safety. Although the studies performed by Munger and Mott were primarily focused on pharmacists in community and independent settings, these factors may also be prevalent in other settings. According to Munger, over 50% of pharmacists stated that they are not satisfied with

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