A Pharmacist interprets physician’s orders, dispenses prescription medications, and develops staff understanding of pharmacological knowledge. In addition, they advise patients on drug dosage, chemical reactions caused by their prescription, and counsel patients on drug therapies.
Pharmacist positions are a unique blend of education, administration, and healthcare. They are in the important position of dispensing medication and should demonstrate expert knowledge within their field as well as a keen eye for inconsistencies within prescriptions.
Pharmacist responsibilities may include:
The smallest mistake in a pharmaceutical dose or prescription could lead to serious illness or worse. In order to safely administer medication, a skilled Pharmacist will:
A pharmacist’s work life could get monotonous. What would you do to stay motivated?
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
What would you do if a General Practitioner will not change a prescription that you believe is inappropriate for a patient?
A patient is picking up two different prescription drugs that may cause negative reactions when taken at the same time. What do you do?
Can you tell me about a time things did not go according to plan? How did you react?