Pharmacists are expert professionals in medicine and their use.
• Preparing prescription medications for patients and verifying that they won’t interact negatively with other medications
• Providing patients with instructions on taking medications safely and warnings about potential side effects
• Communicating with physicians’ offices to fill prescriptions and complete paperwork to file insurance claims.
How many years does it take to become a pharmacist?
It takes four years to pursue a master’s degree in pharmacy (MPharm).
How can I be a pharmacist?
First of all you need to earn your master’s degree in pharmacy and then you need to register with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC).
How much does a pharmacist make a year?
The median annual salary for a pharmacist £34,781. Depending on experience a pharmacist earns an annual salary of £22,282 – £47,341.