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Kingassault

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  1. They accept emails, I just sent my final transcript to OMSAS through the SSC like mentioned above.
  2. One entry in my opinion. Like mentioned, it might be better that you have a residency done (which is very impressive) and all the other stuff you do.
  3. Exactly. Many times, the pharmacists are the first ones that are affected with things like wages and hours cut. Pharmacists work so hard already. Go to your local pharmacy and watch the pharmacist run around from customer to customer while answering phone calls and doing reccomendations and 50 other things. It isn't fair which isn't really UBC Pharmacy's problem or fault - they do their best to provide you an excellent education. In my opinion, the people that think pharmacists just count pills will realize how valuable they are when they've finally cut them down to their last limbs and person
  4. I mean it’s better to take a gap year than do pharmacy as a backup. If your goal is pharmacy and you have a plan? Then go ahead. In my opinion, you will play a crucial role in the healthcare system but you will not be compensated fairly and so I would recommend people to avoid until the government gives pharmacists get the respect they deserve. Pharmacists are awesome the system is not!
  5. Thanks. I look forward to working intercollaboratively with all of you in the future. I know how hard it can be to be a pharmacist where you work your but off to care for a patient but don’t get appreciation.
  6. Please read my rephrased statement. It was incorrect for me to be so antagonistic. I am actually very pro pharmacists and what they do but as a pharmacist I am against the pharmacy system which does not give them the respect they deserve.
  7. Personally, I would not do (communtiy) pharmacy without a plan. Not to say what pharmacists do isn't valuable, its crucial but NOT compensated fairly AT ALL in my opinion. Pharmacists are smart and capable and wanting to contribute to the healthcare system. In my opnion, their curriculum is just as rigorous as medicine but the system (and other healthcare providers) in my opinion do not give them a chance. Every so often the government cuts down on pharmacist fees. I know that the government is thinking of rolling out prescribing rights for pharmacists and I really hope it passes because pharm
  8. Personally, I don't believe that for monetary compensation a community pharmacy career is worth the investment, but you should do your own research.
  9. Deadline to accept for me was June 14. So they may be coming out today or tomorrow.
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