Given the [understandable] increase in interest in nontraditional pharmacy, I thought we could create a repository here to help people out. If you're a pharmacist or former pharmacist working in a nontraditional role, it would be great if you could provide your thoughts here, however detailed or brief. Ideally I'd like to compile all of this together in a more organized fashion, if there are enough responses. For the purposes of discussion, I define non-traditional to mean anything outside the usual retail (chains), hospital (pharmacy staffing and residency-->clinical), and industry (fellowship-->industry) models, so if you went into a direct-to-clinical or direct-to-industry full time role, still would love to hear from you. What do you do? What does your job entail, in terms of roles and responsibilities? How did you enter this field / get your job? What would you recommend to students and graduates who want to follow your path?