Today, I was working in the “field,” aka not stuck behind the computer screen.
I still opted to use my pharmacy as my office, and I was able to witness a different side to the ordinary chaos.
Now that we’re in the heat of flu season, I’m used to the colors on the screen.
The computer screen bellows with all its fury. Continue reading “Who Laughs In The Face Of Danger?”
As soon as the pharmacy gates opened up, a line had already formed at Pick Up. My heart starts to beat faster, and my anxiety slowly builds up.
My technicians are both up front helping patients, and I can overhear conversations escalating.
I’m trying to focus on my pharmacist duties, but the volume of voices increases up front. I can’t concentrate knowing there’s a crisis impending.
We’ve only been open for a total of 5 minutes. Help. Continue reading “The Corporate PharmD Origin Story”
It’s 4 pm at the pharmacy, and the hordes come flocking.
Flu season is like zombie apocalypse.
I have 60+ prescriptions screaming OVERDUE at me in a blood orange color
I think to myself, “If I don’t take a lunch break now, it will never happen.”
But right as I’m about to flee to the back, 2 of my regulars come up to the counsel window, waving me down. Continue reading “Mind Over Stomach”