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what is the most rewarding aspect of being a Pharmacist?

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Alexis’s Answer

As a pharmacy student that has worked as a pharmacy technician and pharmacy intern in community pharmacy one of the most rewarding experience is to help patients that come into the pharmacy. Patients come into the pharmacy for many reasons some including picking up prescriptions, vaccinations, and asking questions. As part of the pharmacy team we are more available to patients who have questions about their healthcare we are either able to help them with what they need or direct them to where they can get the help they need.
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Hayden’s Answer

It is the ability to help patients and educate them on healthcare decisions. Pharmacist are the most accessible members of healthcare and with that can help patients who come up with questions they are needing asked and recommendations.
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Anthony’s Answer

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As mentioned above, the relationships you build with your patients are by far the most rewarding aspect of being a pharmacist. As the most easily accessible healthcare professional, you will form a bond with your relationships that may be stronger than they have with their physicians. Helping patients navigate through their health when they are confused, when they are having trouble reaching their provider, or when their provider is closed is crucial to their health. In addition, they will form a bond with you unlike any they have with other providers due to the accessibility of community pharmacists.
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Paul’s Answer

It is the relationships that you get to build with your patients (if outpatient) and team members (both outpatient and inpatient). Additionally, you know that you are making a difference in patient's lives, and that you can impact pretty much every interaction you have with a patient.
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