A pharmacy technician is a healthcare professional who works under a licensed pharmacist to provide prescription medication to clients. They work in pharmacies and hospitals and most work in a full-time position. More »

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As of 2015, the national average salary for pharmacy technicians is $32,369, according to Salary.com. The bottom 10 percent of pharmacy technicians earn $26,329, while the top 10 percent earn $38,996. The salary of a pha... More »

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Working under the supervision of the pharmacist, a pharmacy assistant or technician provides information about medications to patients and healthcare professionals, supplies medications to patients and manages areas of m... More »

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The primary role of a pharmacist is to review the prescription from a physician and to accurately dispense the right amount of medication to a client. Pharmacists also monitor possible interactions of drugs to warn docto... More »

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Working under the supervision of the pharmacist, a pharmacy assistant or technician provides information about medications to patients and healthcare professionals, supplies medications to patients and manages areas of m... More »

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The time at which a prescription can be refilled is based on the discretion of the pharmacist and the guidelines given by the relevant state board of pharmacy, as explained by Dr. James L. Lindon in a Medscape article. T... More »

Mifepristone is a prescription medication that is obtained from a pharmacy. It is commonly used to induce an early abortion. It is usually only prescribed within 49 days of a woman's last menstrual period. More »

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