Hey guys, I was curious if clinical pharmacist seems like a good fit for me. I basically want to work in an environment where I have a lot of patient interaction and monitor their health as it improves with time. I also want to have weekly/bi-weekly appt's with patients about their medication, overall health, and progress. Especially people who have a serious illness (AID's, cancer, depression, etc) who need to have someone there to answer their questions through out their treatment. Also, salary is not a priority since I would be GLAD to take a pay cut from retail to work in an area more rewarding. I've had a difficult time defining what a clinical pharmacist does and I hope this description closely describes it. I am re-applying this year for pharm school and I have an interview in a few weeks. Last year I was gung ho about retail, but after spending the past yr working in retail (banking), I know EXACTLY what I DO NOT want to do. So before go in, I want to have a clear definition. Thanks guys.