When you imagine pharmacists at work, do you see them counting out pills and filling bottles? That’s actually only a small part of a pharmacist’s job.
These professionals play a key role in the treatment of disease. They advise both doctors and patients about the dosages, interactions, and side effects of medications. In fact, pharmacists don’t only work at the corner drugstore. You’ll also find them researching new medications for drug companies or monitoring drug therapy at hospitals, nursing homes, and mental health institutions.
Pharmacists prepare and distribute medications prescribed by doctors and other health practitioners. They advise patients on the drugs they take and make sure that they avoid dangerous drug interactions.
Some pharmacists specialize in specific drug therapies such as cancer or mental health treatments.
A careful communicator who is interested in helping people and pays close attention to detail. You must be certain that clients understand drug instructions and pay careful attention to the dangers of drug interactions and side effects.
Pharmacists help patients kick their cigarette habits or manage health conditions such as diabetes.
According to latest TRACER study report of CTEVT, the monthly earning of a pharmacist falls in the range of NRs. 15,000 to NRs. 30,000.