Role of Pharm.D students in Hospital This blog I am writing to help Pharm.D students while they are in hospitals. I have come across a general question that maximum Pharm.D students face during their hospital postings which is “What is the role of Pharm.D students in the hospital?” Hospital postings in the Pharm.D are from … 1....Read More
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To start off, let’s talk about the two common questions we get about article submissions:
1. What topic can I write about?
It’s all up to you! At PharmDia, we want to support you on whatever message that you want to get out so whatever your passion is (ideally directly or indirectly about Pharm.D and related), go ahead and write about it.
You can even choose to write your experience while in studying period, after completion as a fresher and as experienced.
This is not a place, though, where pharmacists complain about things so focus on what’s important and those which have real solutions. Get a powerful, strong message so we can push clinical pharmacy( and of course Pharmacy) forward. We aim to make an impact in health care and other professions as well.
2. Are First year Pharm.D students eligible to submit blogs here?
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