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A Day in the Life of a Pharmacist - Richard Mullvain

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Mullvain is a Pharmaceutical Care Practitioner and Cardiovascular Clinical Specialist Pharmacist at Essentia Heath Heart & Vascular Services in Duluth, MN. University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy.
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Zaid Zain Al-Hussain (2 месяца назад)
Hi, I am doing this career (still on the process) but I don't know what this course really is. Can I talk to someone personally
Haunted Heart (3 месяца назад)
PharmacyUMN listen
Rafia Aslam (5 месяцев назад)
Is M.phill required for being a hospital pharmacist?
Žåhrä Įqbàł (5 месяцев назад)
Rafia Aslam and if u wanna be a hospital pharmacist so u will have to do a residency for like one or two years
Žåhrä Įqbàł (5 месяцев назад)
U can apply in any pharmacy right after u do ur graduation! No need of mphil
Rafia Aslam (5 месяцев назад)
Žåhrä Įqbàł then what if we want to persue the career towards company side?
Žåhrä Įqbàł (5 месяцев назад)
Rafia Aslam no,our teacher told us tht M.Phil and PhD is only required if u want to pursue teaching side in pharmacy
Chels T (2 года назад)
I don't really care, just share your money with me and train me technician stuff
kitty k (5 лет назад)
Don't know if this is the right career choice anymore
just a random gal (6 месяцев назад)
On the pharmacy note, not only is the job market saturated, but residencies are super hard to come by. More and more hospitals seem to want a residency from hospital pharmacists, but there are not enough residencies to go around. Even academic super stars can have a hard time.
just a random gal (6 месяцев назад)
What about medical laboratory scientist? To my knowledge you can get a job with a bachelor's and you just run diagnostic tests in the medical lab. Of course, you don't get as much patient contact because you mainly hang out in the lab and there is not much room for promotion. Of course I have also heard complaints that the other medical professionals have no idea what the job actually entails so they may think you can run a diagnostic test instantaneously. This is mainly because they don't go down to the lab during their training to see what the laboratory scientists actually do.
madara uchiha (1 год назад)
jeff mezzone go MD. you work 50 hours + per week and on call 24/7. go pharmD. saturated. go nursing...shit you get soooo over worked you freaken hate your job but jist going cause get paid. go PA. not true doctor. go dental...hate staring at ugly teeth. truth is healthcare is not the most rewarding job regard to overall satisfaction. they pay is there but the flexibility and comfortability is not. then you choose to phd for research come out no job cause research is horrible in the industry. you want to go academia but position is not available and yoj become a assisting professor from school to school getting pay little. life is hard and horrible. just have to be a entrepreneur. pharmacy is expanding its focus widely now days. the saturation is high but provider status and clinical will help it a small bit. just need to shit down some these new dumb private school that keep opening new programs. lile dont aapc regulate these stuff. smh
jeff mezzone (1 год назад)
Double same. I feel like at every turn no matter what I want to to do in medicine there is always some bad news that is just around the corner like either its very saturated, a ton of debt or incredibly hard to raise a family while practicing. Good luck to you.
Mohamed Maxamed (2 года назад)
kittttygirl5 samee
qtt201 (6 лет назад)
WOW!!! I LOVE IT :)))))

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