Working as an on-call Pharmacist is one of the most complex parts of a pharmacist's career, but it is also an essential part of pharmacists' training and it is the best time during which anyone can learn the most. Clinical learning is at the forefront of most health professional minds. We can call it a process of operational learning and high-stake decision making. Here are some practical tips to help you to make way to a smooth-running for the on-call profile.
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