Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT

Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT
Dr. Martin is a licensed pharmacist, having earned his PharmD degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy in 2012. He is a lifetime-natural competitive bodybuilder, competing only in drug-tested competitions. He began working with Dr. Joe Klemczewski, founder of The Diet Doc, in 2013. The next year, he became a licensed owner and nutrition consultant as The Diet Doc Pittsburgh North, which he now runs with his fiance and fellow pharmacist, Christina Tarantola, PharmD, CHC. He is currently studying to become a Certified Diabetes Educator.
The number one fear of every pharmacist is making a mistake. If you have experience on the job, the likelihood of making one goes down. However, what if you’re a new grad, with no experience of working the bench solo? I am here to help: I have compiled a list of the most common oversights made by newly licensed pharmacists working in the community pharmacy as a means to bring them to your attention, and help you avoid falling privy to these potential pitfalls.
Jan 5, 2017 @09:46 AM
As a pharmacist, I’m often asked, “What’s the best pill for sleep?!” Believe it or not, the “best” solution does not lie in a pill.
Dec 22, 2016 @02:58 AM
Feeling overstressed is commonplace and even expected in the pharmacy environment—but it doesn’t have to be!
Sep 9, 2016 @02:30 AM
Looking to stay on track with your nutrition while working long hours in the pharmacy without breaks? @TheFitPharmacist has you covered!
Aug 19, 2016 @05:33 AM
 

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