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Foundation of Pharmacists

Foundation of Pharmacists targets pharmacists that distribute prescription drugs to individuals. They also advise their patients, physicians, and other health practitioners on the selection, dosages, interactions, and side effects of medications, as well as monitor the health and progress of those patients to ensure that they are using their medications safely and effectively. Most pharmacists work in a community setting, such as a retail drugstore, or in a healthcare facility, such as a hospital.

SEGMENTS SELECTS

92,569 Total Universe / Universe Rate $110.00/M
Email Addresses + $275.00/M
Phone + $50.00/M

DESCRIPTION

Foundation of Pharmacists targets pharmacists that distribute prescription drugs to individuals. They also advise their patients, physicians, and other health practitioners on the selection, dosages, interactions, and side effects of medications, as well as monitor the health and progress of those patients to ensure that they are using their medications safely and effectively. Most pharmacists work in a community setting, such as a retail drugstore, or in a healthcare facility, such as a hospital.

Pharmacists advise patients about general health topics, such as diet, exercise, and stress management, and provide information on products, such as durable medical equipment or home healthcare supplies. Some pharmacists specialize in specific drug therapy areas, such as intravenous nutrition support, oncology (cancer), nuclear pharmacy (used for chemotherapy), geriatric pharmacy, and psychiatric pharmacy (the use of drugs to treat mental disorders).

Some pharmacists are involved in research for pharmaceutical manufacturers, developing new drugs and testing their effects. Others work in marketing or sales, providing clients with expertise on the use, effectiveness, and possible side effects of drugs. Some pharmacists work for health insurance companies, developing pharmacy benefit packages and carrying out cost-benefit analyses on certain drugs. Other pharmacists work for the government, managed care organizations, public healthcare services, or the armed services. Finally, some pharmacists are employed full time or part time as college faculty, teaching classes and performing research in a wide range of areas.

Specialties:

Geriatric Pharmacist

Nuclear Pharmacist

Nutrition Support Pharmacist

Pharmacist Clinician

Pharmacotherapy

Psychiatric

Oncology

Pharmacy Technician

Healthcare professionals must express a high degree of empathy for others. In addition to medical and healthcare knowledge, they must also be strong in communication, leadership, organized, detail oriented, and critical thinking. Some medical service providers may work to promote general health by educating the public on warning signs and symptoms of health related problems.

These healthcare professionals are required to attend continuing education classes to maintain their certification, depending on where they practice. Many also belong to professional organizations to maintain professional credentials.

These seasoned professionals embrace healthcare with diversity, equity, and try to achieve a work/life balance. They look to achieve a deeper knowledge in their field. Also by using career advancement resources such as online continuing education or certificate programs, social networking sites to make personal and professional connections, attending trade shows, and networking at industry events, these professionals achieve a deeper knowledge in their field.

This list is ideal for any medical or health care industry continuing education courses, medical supplies, business publications, office supply catalogs, uniform catalogs, insurance, and credit card offers.

 

 

ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

 

Business Address 10.00/M
Geo/Geographical 10.00/M
Home Address 10.00/M
Level of Education 20.00/M
Phone Number 50.00/M
Practice Location 15.00/M
Specialty 15.00/M
State of License 10.00/M

ADDRESSING

EMAIL 75.00/F
RUN CHARGE 10.00/F
Suppression 150.00/F
Transmission 150.00/M