I had a run-in with an intern that just made my blood boil. I’m not sure if they do exit testing at these colleges before they give kids their PharmD’s, but someone obviously dropped the ball with this one. I call for a copy to a Large Chain store. Who answers the phone was an [...]
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The *Angriest* (sigh) Pharmacist wrote a Kick Ass Post that I think all of the students should read. Comment to his if you need/want something added to help the students out.
Original is here Before I tear this poster a new one, in his defense the last paragraph: I know I’ll get flamed for all of this by the retail pharmacists who read this for being too idealistic and for not even being out of pharm school yet, but I’ve seen what pharmacy can be. Ah, [...]
Pharmacy schools are notorious for filling their students heads with tales of wonderfulness and gummi-bears when they work in a retail setting. This is due to a few factors: Pharmacy school professors have not worked in retail for 10+ years. Pharmacy school professors could not cut it as retail pharmacists, hence why they teach. If [...]
From The Angry Intern, a student of UOP (who is just an Angry Pharmacist in Training) on a “Cultural Competency” class that is given for $55k/yr Why this is part of our curriculum still puzzles me. Yes we should be aware of other cultures; but that’s also saying we should sterotype people to some extent [...]
Well well well… Turns out my rant about the White Coat Creremony got mixed reviews according to my mole at the University of the Pacific (from where I heard, is where it all started). Lets take a look at the breakdown: To the professors/staff who hate me for ragging on your precious white coat ceremony: [...]
While in my absence, I have recieved this email from a student at the University of the Pacific. TAP, First off, I love your site. Since you hate things that are retarded, I figured that you would like to hear about this “White Coat Ceremony” that we had at the University of the Pacific (http://www.uop.edu). [...]