Pet Peeves: January 2022

Pharmacy TimesJanuary 2022
Volume 88
Issue 1

Brought to you by the Sassy Pharmacist

Layers Upon Layers

Going out to give the vaccine and having to stand there while the patient takes off a coat, sweater, and long-sleeve button-up shirt, and then rolls up an undershirt sleeve. That cannot be done beforehand?

Clearly Unnecessary

Laminated vaccine cards: Where should the pharmacist write the booster information?

Patient Pop-in

Customers with appointments showing up whenever they feel like it.

What’s Bothering You?

Bossy patients, abandoned prescriptions, drive-through demands? We want to know! Send your pet peeves to We’ll share them here and online.

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