Knowledge

August 15, 2009  |  Best Practices

Having superb knowledge of pharmacy, pharmaceuticals and biologics, disease states, and applying this knowledge to patient care was a unanimous characteristic among all four survey groups (pharmacists, physicians, nurses, and patients).

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Key Qualities

August 15, 2009  |  Best Practices
Key Qualities

Pharmacists should be in a unique covenant with patients. What would you say is the difference between the relationship of a flight attendant and a passenger versus the relationship of a pharmacist and a patient?

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Perceptions

August 15, 2009  |  Best Practices
Perceptions

“Good pharmacists” are perceived to be people who present a strong work ethic – they intrinsically believe hard work is virtuous and “good” (careful, prompt, diligent, detail oriented, informed, fast, accurate, meticulous, focused, efficient, hard working, resourceful, precise, results-oriented, attentive, discerning, dedicated, thorough, precise, hard-working, focused, aware, problem-solver, effective, timely, and initiative).

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The “Good Pharmacist” is available for your group or professional meetings!

If you would like a presentation (1 hour) or an interactive seminar (2-3 hours) for your group or professional meeting, please contact William N. Kelly at wnkelly@earthlink.net or calling him at: (770) 855-5571.

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