Are You a Good Pharmacist? You have heard the phrase before. You may even have said it yourself. And everyone in the profession wants to be one: a good pharmacist. But what is a good pharmacist? Are they smarter than other pharmacists? Are they better conversationalists? Do they have better manners? Are they older? Are they female? Naturally, every pharmacist wants to be a better pharmacist. This book shows you how.
In this book you will discover: *The general characteristics of the good pharmacist. *The virtues and habits that make good pharmacists stand out among their peers. *How to interview, educate, and train student pharmacists to become good pharmacists. *If you are a good pharmacist and how to become a better one. *What working conditions help good pharmacists provide visible patient-centered care. *The names of some good pharmacists and how to nominate others.
William N. Kelly and Elliott M. Sogol share their breadth and depth of pharmacy experience, their research on what it takes to be a good pharmacist, and reveal how good pharmacists provide more than the medication.
If you are a pharmacy educator, a practicing pharmacist, a student pharmacist, or a manager or supervisor of pharmacists, this book is for you.