PILLS 2 nd General Meeting Pharmacy Careers October 6, 2009 Membership Rita PILLS Membership TODAY is the last day when you can pay ONLY $10 for membership fee. After this general meeting, the membership fee will increase to $12!
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October 6, 2009
- Applications posted on the PILLS website by tonight
- Due date : October 11th at midnight (submit application to firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Everyone will be involved in finding sponsorship for the event but will also be subdivided into the following sub-committees
- food - gifts - registration
- programs - technical
- building/parking - publicity
- We need members who are hard-working and dedicated to contributing to NCPPS
- All members of the NCPPS committee MUST be an active PILLS member
- Please note that committee members are REQUIRED to work during the event as well
2) PILLS table on Sproul [Wed & Thurs 10-2pm]
Coordinator: Amy Hassenberg
Location: 41400 Blacow Dr., Fremont
Coordinator: Jennie Cheng
-Must have good customer service skills and enjoy working with people
-Can work fast and efficiently at high stress levels while paying attention to details
-Be have good teamwork abilities to work alongside other pharmacists, technicians, and clerks.
Salary: $106,764 (median of US pharmacist)
Interested in the legal area of pharmacy?
From consulting on health law issues,
to regulating policy for government agencies…
Legislation and public policy in pharmacy takes many different forms.
Brief Description: Students usually complement their PharmD with a JD (Juris Doctor)--either obtaining them separately or going to a graduate school that offers dual degrees. Having a PharmD/JD will prepare and interest many students in various lines of work, such as;
a. regulatory policy for government agencies
b. trade associations and pharmaceutical companies
c. Biotechnology and Patent Law
d. Food and Drug Law
f .Health Care for the Elderly and Poor
g. And the list goes on…
Dual degree students typically complete both programs in less time, and therefore with less cost, than if both degrees are pursued separately.
Resources to look into for more information:
South San Francisco
Fremont, Palo Alto, Alameda
Marissa & Calvin
Tuesday, Oct 20th
7-8:30pm Room TBA
Jay, Marc, Henry
Feel free to ask us questions!