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Regional differences in pharmacy practice

Discussion in 'Pharmacy' started by Phantom590, Mar 9, 2005.

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  1. Phantom590

    Phantom590 Junior Member

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    Hello all,
    Have any of you guys out there working as pharmacists (or students) experienced big differences in the role/expectations of a pharmacist in a hospital or clinical setting in different areas of the US?

    I'm asking because it may impact where I end up attending school (there are so many factors to consider!). One of my interviewers at MUSC mentioned that he noticed a significant difference between New Jersey (where he did his residency) and SC/GA where he is now working as a clinical pharmacist. Since I'm considering schools in the South and in New England, I thought I should check it out before making my final decision...

    Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks

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