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Introduction to the Pharmacy Profession presents a brief history of the profession with an overview of the health delivery system, pharmacy education and training, and the steps towards a professional career. Providing a real-world perspective into pharmacy practice, this beneficial text includes 50 Pharmacist Profiles, highlighting an overview of each profession related to the specific area of pharmacy. Each professional describes their job duties and responsibilities, a typical day, the pros and cons of their job, and some comments on the profession of pharmacy. Profiles include experts from Academia, Administration, Industry, Community Pharmacy, Retail Pharmacy, Military, Government, Public Health, Home Care, Hospice, various interdisciplinary departments within hospitals, and more.This valuable text provides pharmacy students with a solid foundation of knowledge as they begin the journey towards certification and a career as a pharmacist.Key Topics History of the Pharmacy Profession Job Opportunities Overview U.S. Health Care Delivery Education Licensure Residencies Fellowships Graduate School Degrees Resume and Interviewing Preparation Internships What to Expect on the job The Future of the Profession Additional Resources/Websites List of Pharmacy Organizations Pharmacy Career Assessment Tool 50 Pharmacist ProfilesInstructor Resources: Instructor#146;s Manual, PowerPoint Presentations, Test Bank