A place for pharmacy technician's to discuss their job
I have worked in pharmacy 7 years and have my CPhT
However, I've never done IV compounding and want to, but I'm scared to make the leap. Idk if that normal, its been forever since I've seen the math on it.
I'm worried I'll get into it and just bomb. Is this normal? I don't want to jump and go " ur just freaking stupid"
I want my 7 on 7 off schedule back and I know hospitals are best for it.
Please help. :(
I’ve been a retail tech for about a month, they hired me with no prior related experience. My PTCE is oct 15 and I’m thinking about applying for hospitals in my area. I’m tired of retail it’s so draining.
Do hospitals normally require technicians to have lots of experience? If you’ve worked hospital pharmacy please share your experience!
How do I get a good paying pharmacy tech job with no experience? Im in school studying pharmacy tech but I cant seem to get a job without any kind of experience? Can anyone tell me what I should do? Is there anything that can make me stand out more since i have no experience under my belt?
Hello! I am a prepharm uni student and registered pharm tech that is taking a professional speaking class (per my majors requirements) and I would like to do my assigned presentation on pharmacy. The target audience is 18-20 yr old uni students and a late 20s assistant professor who grades me, please keep in mind that there are other majors in this class (comm studies, rtf, other stem, etc.) that i need to not info dump on them so please help me by suggesting interesting pharmacy speaking topics
Hello, I am currently a full-time health science degree seeking college student who plans to eventually pursue pharmacy or PA school. However, I’ve been limited to job options as I’ve recently had to quit my other pharmacy tech job due to car issues (car accident and insurance policies). I was wondering if it’s possible to do pharmacy technician work online? Normally when I worked at my previous job, I made a ton of calls to insurances + patients and typed directions for medications. Couldn’t you also do those duties from home? Or would it complicate things? I am still fairly new to being a pharmacy technician as I’ve been one since December of 2021.
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