With endless over-the-counter treatment options, it can be difficult to settle on the best products for your ailments, but pharmacists are now offering to help you choose. TODAY contributor Dr. Roshini Raj talks about U.S. News and World Report’s list of top pharmacist-recommended products.
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Dave Kerpan, author of Likeable Social Media: How to Delight Your Customers, Create an Irresistible Brand, and Be Generally Amazing on Facebook (And Other Social Networks) & Likeable Business: Why Today’s Consumers Demand More and How Leaders Can Deliver, shared his thoughts on what makes your business Likeable. Read more at PMQuarterly.com/Magazine
Michelle Sherman is no ordinary pharmacist. Originally from South Africa, she left with three thousand dollars and two suitcases and headed to the United States, to California, to make her dream come true. Check out Michelle’s story in Catching up with Michelle Sherman by Kathryn Gonzales in the latest issue of Pharmacy Marketing Quarterly. PMQuarterly.com/Magazine
I love independent pharmacy because it’s given me the life that I always wanted. My achievement’s are the product of an old-fashioned recipe of hard work, long hours, ongoing continuing education, generously giving back to the communities my pharmacies serve, being as accessible as possible to patients, cultivating strong personal relationships with local physicians, and a perfectionist streak that allows no room for error.
At 71, I may have slowed down my pace just a little. But most days, you’ll find me behind the pharmacy counter. It’s a spot I’m reluctant to leave I really do love being a pharmacist. I like the interaction with people and I feel my customers respect me and trust me so I don’t want to let them down. Even if it’s just giving out a repeat prescription, I want to be the one who is doing it. And when I’m not busy at my pharmacies, I’m focused on my duties as President of the ACA.
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