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Pharmacy specialties


Pharmacy specialties

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Read more about different pharmacy specialties:

Ambulatory Pharmacy
Clinical Pharmacy
Community pharmacy
Nuclear Pharmacy
 Ambulatory Pharmacy
An ambulatory pharmacist's task is to supervise patients.
 Clinical Pharmacy
Clinical pharmacists habitually work together with Physicians and other professionals.
 Community pharmacy
Is the point where most pharmacists practice the profession.
 Nuclear Pharmacy
Is the compounding of radioactive materials for apply in nuclear medicine procedures.
Managed-Care Pharmacists
Military pharmacy
Other Pharmacy specialties
 Managed-Care Pharmacists
These pharmacists review drug use and are involved in outcomes research.
 Military pharmacy
State laws of Technician patient counseling and medication checking by a pharmacist do not develop.
 Other Pharmacy specialties
Others such as: academic, geriatric, oncology, nutrition, pediatric and much more.
Consultant Pharmacy
Critical-Care Pharmacy
Industrial Pharmacy
Infectious Disease
 Consultant Pharmacy
Are also identified as long-term-care pharmacists.
 Critical-Care Pharmacy
They play an important role, working with lifesaving drugs.
 Industrial Pharmacy
They can focus in the creation of a certain type of drug.
 Infectious Disease
Take decisions concerning use of therapeutic antibiotics and monitor patients.