By
Victor Mota
&
Andre Marley
.5
What is a pharmacist? And what
do they do?
• A pharmacist are people who fill and prescribe medication.
• They are the one...
• For a person to become a pharmacist they need to have
a doctors or professional degree.
• They must complete 8 years of ...
Pharmacist pros & cons
3
Pharmacist often use may tools on their jobs, some of the
tools they use are
• Class A prescription balance or an electron...
Some benefits of being a pharmacist are
• Health care and dental care for officers at no cost
• Low-cost health care and d...
Some pros of being a pharmacist are
• Working with people
• Not so stressful as other medical jobs
• The benefits of being...
Some cons on being a pharmacist are
• Dealing with rude costumers
• requires a lot of repetitive work
• You might have to ...
Some of the best school to go to, to learn to become a
pharmacist are
• University of California in San Francisco
• Univer...
The places are the places that are not so good to go to, to
learn to become a pharmacist.
• Touro University in California...
• Pharmacy Podcast
10
11
12
Pharmacists learn how to engage with patients as part of
their six to eight years in pharmacy school training.
Students ta...
• http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Healthcare/Pharmacists.htm
• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharmacist
• http://www.youtube.com/wat...
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  1. 1. By Victor Mota & Andre Marley .5
  2. 2. What is a pharmacist? And what do they do? • A pharmacist are people who fill and prescribe medication. • They are the ones who focus on safety and effective medication use. • They make sure to measure the correct amount of medication and make sure it works effectively. • They also monitor the health and progress of patients. • They also answer questions people may have about anything they want to be answered. • They fill prescriptions, and verify instructions for physicians for the proper amount of medication to give to patients 1
  3. 3. • For a person to become a pharmacist they need to have a doctors or professional degree. • They must complete 8 years of professional level training at a pharmacy school • 4 years after receiving a bachelors degree. 2
  4. 4. Pharmacist pros & cons 3
  5. 5. Pharmacist often use may tools on their jobs, some of the tools they use are • Class A prescription balance or an electronic balance • Graduated cylinder • Needle • Medicine dropper • Beaker • Thermometer • Computer • ETC… 4
  6. 6. Some benefits of being a pharmacist are • Health care and dental care for officers at no cost • Low-cost health care and dental care for your family • Health care benefits continue during retirement for you and your spouse • Low-cost life insurance • ETC… 5
  7. 7. Some pros of being a pharmacist are • Working with people • Not so stressful as other medical jobs • The benefits of being a pharmacist • Earn a great salary • Have good job security • Working in a safe environment 6
  8. 8. Some cons on being a pharmacist are • Dealing with rude costumers • requires a lot of repetitive work • You might have to work weekends and/or evenings • You'll have to stand on your feet for long hours • You have to complete four years of post-graduate school and training 7
  9. 9. Some of the best school to go to, to learn to become a pharmacist are • University of California in San Francisco • University of North Carolina in ​Chapel Hill • University of Minnesota • University of Texas in Austin • ETC… 8
  10. 10. The places are the places that are not so good to go to, to learn to become a pharmacist. • Touro University in California College of Pharmacy • University of Puerto Rico in Medical Sciences Campus • Xavier University of Louisiana • Nova Southeastern University in Florida • ETC… 9
  11. 11. • Pharmacy Podcast 10
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  14. 14. Pharmacists learn how to engage with patients as part of their six to eight years in pharmacy school training. Students take such courses as medicinal chemistry, pathophysiology, and pharmacotherapy, and must pass both national and state licensing exams. They also practice communication skills with other students and community pharmacists, who volunteer their time to pose as patients, and they spend more than 1,700 hours of their training interacting with patients in doctor's offices and hospitals. 13
  15. 15. • http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Healthcare/Pharmacists.htm • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharmacist • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4eS2jw8DA8 • http://www.usphs.gov/profession/pharmacist/compensatio n.aspx • http://voices.yahoo.com/pros-cons-being-pharmacist- 6841756.html?cat=5 • http://grad- schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate- schools/top-health-schools/pharmacy-rankings 14

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