Talking to them will drain you, turn your heart black, and twist your mind.
Usually, that mind is on fire, ready for the next achievement, the fame, the glory.
But right now, someone’s in your way. Continue reading “Letters to a Corporate PharmD – Part 3”
If you’re new to pharmacy management, or even leading a pharmacy team for one day, you may doubt your capabilities.
We all face this dilemma at some point: being a dictator or being a pushover.
How do you decide what’s right when there are so many directives, metrics, and patients to take care of? Continue reading “Two Ways To Lead A Pharmacy Team”
When they visit the pharmacy, people see the Pharmacist hiding behind the computer screen all day.
The technicians run from Drop Off to Pick Up to Production in a circle of never-ending chaos.
Sometimes, the world needs a reminder of the greatness underneath this white coat.
I’m not just another pretty face behind the counter.
Continue reading “Pharmacists – A White Coat And A Pretty Face”
Dear Corporate PharmD,
I am writing to you today because I fear for your longevity and well-being.
You are in great danger. Continue reading “Letters To A Corporate PharmD – Part 2”
Seven pages left, warehouse order and PSE needing to be shelved, and an onslaught of waiters still coming in.
Doom and gloom normally permeates the air during the last hour of any retail pharmacy before closing. Continue reading “Pharmacy’s Final Hour Of Hell”
Looking for a job with our PharmD in this saturated market is a grueling nightmare.
Since the dawn of time, I would hear, “It’s not what you know; it’s who you know.”
I knew that networking was important, but how do I do it? Continue reading “The Perils Of Networking In Pharmacy”