Experiencing sunset in the Kalahari Desert, attending a business meeting in New Delhi, or paddling a canoe in the Amazon, these journeys all present different and often fascinating health challenges for our travelers, but they may also present fascinating opportunities for pharmacists.
Pharmacy is no longer considered simply as the science and technique of preparing and dispensing drugs and medicines. In this modern day, pharmacists are no longer considered “pill counters.” Contemporary pharmacy practice reflects an evolving paradigm from one in which the pharmacist primarily supervises medication distribution and counsels patients, to a more expanded and team-based clinical role providing patient-centered medication therapy management, health improvement, and disease prevention services.

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