This is in the context of Indian scenario:
Ph. Bhagavan P S RPh's blog
An efficient Pharmacy Manager is needed for a multi-specialty hospital:
Since the prospective employers are too diversified from Industry to hospital - community service and regulatory admins, many of the pharmacists from D Pharm to PharmD are groping in dark in broad day light as to what to do and where to go?
They don't have any effective guide as most of the teachers themselves are unaware of the new avenues of professional opportunities
This is regarding the job prospects of pharmacists in Ph'vigilance, CDM, CT, CRT etc
1. Hospital is a place for the sick to seek solace
I am 68 and don't have build my career,
We have wasted as much as 6 decades by lecturing and showcasing rosy mirage. Honestly, if any one has attained some good position and professional popularity it is because of his own individual capability inspite of the adverse environment all around.
Blog about job opportunities for pharmacists in Indian hospitals
My voice on the fate of the professionals coming out of the college and the the profession has been a lonely cry in the wilderness.
Neither the pharmacists unite nor the bigwigs listen.