All professions have their best. It’s common to hear – “she’s a good pharmacist” or “he’s a good pharmacist.” But what exactly does this mean?
Naturally, every pharmacist wants to be a better pharmacist, but what are the characteristics of a “Good Pharmacist” and what can we learn from them to improve ourselves?
William N. Kelly and Elliott M. Sogol
...with their breadth and depth of pharmacy experience, and research on what it takes to be a “Good Pharmacist,” reveal how “Good Pharmacists” provide more than medication.
This book will enable practicing pharmacists to be better at what they do, student pharmacists to have a vision of what they should become, and those who employ pharmacists to know who they should be hiring and rewarding.
In this book you will discover:
- It takes more than knowledge to be a “Good Pharmacist”
- The general characteristics of the “Good Pharmacist”
- The habits that make “Good Pharmacists” stand out among their peers
- How to interview, educate, and train student pharmacists to become “Good Pharmacists”
- If you are a “Good Pharmacist”
- How to become a better pharmacist
- ...and much more!