A manual on education and careers in practical pharmacy. It discusses: how to choose - and get into - the right pharmacy school for you; what you can expect of today's pharmacy school curriculum; why you should join a pharmacy organization; where to search for a residency or fellowship programme; what is involved in getting your pharmacist's license; and how to get your first position. There are names, phone numbers, email addresses and postal addresses of the people and organizations that do, with an index for quick reference. There are also 19 appendices containing listings of: US schools and colleges of pharmacy; scholarships, loans, awards, grants and internships; graduate, residency, and fellowship programmes in the US and Canada; state-by-state internship, licensure, and continuing education requirements; and state and national pharmacy organizations.Writins Admission Essays Pharmacy school admission committees review on average four applications for every student ... The second essay, given at the time of the admissions interview, focuses on what the applicant understands about the anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Pharmacy Student Companion|
|Author||:||Daniel H. Albrant, Linda R. Harteker|
|Publisher||:||Amer Pharmacists Assn - 1999-01-01|