Piller of the Community

Thursday, August 30th, 2012
Filling up to 500 prescriptions as a solo pharmacist in a single workday takes a special type of focus, a well-organized support team, and perhaps a touch of OCD.
Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
As a new crop of graduates settle into their first jobs as pharmacists, the author reflects on the mistakes he made when starting out in the profession.
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Jay Sochoka, BSPharm, RPh, CIP
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This blog will highlight the pharmacist's role in preventive medicine. When diet and exercise are the prescription, specially trained pharmacists are the ones to fill it. It will also focus on current trends in pharmacy such as politics, customer service, and health care ethics. There will also be the occasional pharmacy humor piece.
Author Bio
Jay Sochoka, BSPharm, RPh, CIP, has been involved in one aspect or another of community pharmacy for more than 2 decades. He is a high-volume specialist who also enjoys delving into preventive medicine and wellness. He is the author of Fatman in Recovery: Tales from the Brink of Obesity.
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