What is currently happening with the proposed prohibition of inducements/loyalty point bylaw change?
What sort of changes do I want to make in my career as a pharmacist?
After several months of working, I believe as pharmacists our biggest task is to problem solve. I need to focus on the kind of questions I should ask every time I am faced with a problem. Am I making an effort to collect all the pieces of the puzzle or am I taking shortcuts?
I should endeavor to do the best that I can at the task at the hand. I need to commit to doing the best job I can.
Two of the basic principles that made a significant difference to Bob Nakagawa: Take the Initiative to Make Things Better and Lead by Example. “Taking the initiative to make things better is what I think about when I encounter a challenging situation. I think about my mentors who served as great examples for me to emulate as I advanced”
In the Drug Schedules, a Schedule 2 Vaccine is defined as follows:
vaccines which are a part of routine immunization program
vaccines requiring special enhanced public access due to disease outbreaks
cholera vaccine (oral, inactivated) when used for prophylaxis against traveler’s diarrhea due to enterotoxigenic escherichia coli (ETEC)
For example: Zostavax is presently not part of the BC’s publicly funded program, however the BCCDC does recommend Zostavax for individuals over 50 for the prevention of herpes zoster in patients with prior chickenpox infection. Therefore, it could be considered Schedule 2 for this indication.
Therapeutics Letter: July/August 2012
Because of the lack of effect on mortality and total SAEs (serious adverse events) there is no net health benefit from prescribing high dose statins over standard dose statins.
Neat quote I found:
“I never think anything will be done for me (unless I do it for myself) and I’m fiercely determined. I carved my way into the hip-hop music industry at a time when it was unreceptive to white girls (mid-’90s) and against my father’s furiously expressed wishes. What my father’s lack of nurturing taught me is that underestimating myself is far better than overestimating myself. I tend to assume that I won’t land an exciting new client, which means that I’m thrilled when it actually happens. But mostly, when things don’t go my way, I know how to pick myself up and try again, on my own.” Nicole Balin