What if the national and state pharmacy organizations combined to get their message out? And what if they linked that message to a series of national and international events?
Chain stores often require pharmacists to dispense 300 or more prescriptions a day. That's 37.5 Rxs an hour in an 8-hour shift or 1.6 minutes per prescription. You can't even get a doc on the phone in that amount of time.
Tired of all those 12-hour days? If nothing else, a union will get you paid.
Could some pharmacists be the victims of their own misplaced expectations?
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Why don't pharmacists get no respect? Here's why, right here.
In Part 3 of "The New Pharmacy," Mark Burger takes you through the daily checklist of a successful practice.
You're in the home stretch, and now's the time to go all out.
As existential questions go, it's a big one for pharmacists. Here's Dennis Miller's answer.
If you want improved working conditions in the pharmacy, you're gonna hafta help.