If you work in a pharmacy that utilises a manual system of medication ordering, you may not be new to the problems that arise. There can be delays in addition to the overwhelming amount and pressure of work that you are required to carry out within seconds or minutes to keep up with the flow of patients. All of these issues can cause stress on both you and the patients you serve.
29 November 2018
When it comes to most things in life, one size doesn't fit all. This realisation within the medical world has led to a growth in pharmacists trained to provide compounding services. Compounding services offer patients individually customised medications, tailored to suit their exacting needs — a pharmacist trained to compound medicines can take the individual components that make up a medicine and customise their quantity, strength, form, and taste to create a finished medication to suit the specific needs of a patient.
30 November 2017