Archive for March, 2010
Pharmacists pride themselves as being the most accessible health professionals. In community pharmacy settings, pharmacists speak with hundred of patients per day, and are available (free, and without an appointment) for quick consultations. Building good relationships is a rewarding part of being a pharmacist, and the level of trust that can develop supports open dialogue […]
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Part fills is an irregular feature bringing you updates on relevant issues, and highlights from other blogs. Enjoy!
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It’s Pharmacy Awareness Week. You’re probably not aware of this, neatly illustrating the challenge pharmacists have in raising their professional profile with the public. Despite what you may read here in this blog (written by me), pharmacists do a lot more than sell unproven supplements. Beyond their important role in ensuring safe and effective prescription […]
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