What areas of pharmacy interest you as potential careers and what you have learned from the guest professional panel/ breakouts
I hope you can do this good because the writer before you did bad in my blog 1 and I got bad grade.
I have attended Guest pharmacist panel in my university. In the breakout I and 25 students more met with industry representative, community pharmacy, and also hospital
pharmacy. then after we met with at lest 3 now I should write which area I like and why. I like community pharmacy and industry is good too but you can pick anything
as long as you can write or you have good idea about it. so pick something you can write about from those three areas.
anyway the most important point is to answer the question I post it also I did left comment below shows you how he wants us to write this blog.
1) Explicitly mentions the area(s) that interest them for potential pharmacy careers, and clearly explains why interested in the area(s).
The reflection moves beyond simple description of the panel experience to an analysis of how the experience contributed (or did not contribute) to the student’s
understanding of self and potential pharmacy career interests.
2) Clearly explains the salient roles and responsibilities of other health care practitioners that collaborate with pharmacists.
Provides a specific example to analyze how the interprofessional team works together to provide care (and/or promote health and prevent disease). Uses example to draw
an accurate conclusion and describe what each practitioner contributes to help achieve patient outcomes.
3) Successfully identifies and
summarizes the main points of why interprofessional teamwork is important to patient-centered care (and/or population health programs and policies).
4)Explicitly states an opinion of whether or not interdisciplinary teams are effective.
Supports the opinion with an appropriate example(s).
Successfully describes the key roles and practices of effective interdisciplinary teams.
5)Writing is clear, concise, and logically organized with excellent sentence/paragraph construction, and effective or smooth transitions.
Thoughts are expressed in a coherent and logical manner.
Uses language that skillfully communicates meaning to readers with clarity and fluency, and is virtually error-free.