You contacted me in June...and I was unfamiliar as to how to use this blog..It was regarding clinical pharmacists. However better late than never.
My Dad was a pharmacist and was well connected through the US. He worked for Walgreens for 52 years. He graduated from the Univ. of IL.
Univ. of Illinois is one of the top in pharmacy degrees. Contact them. Also, I would go to your nearest pharmacys and speak with the pharmacists and ask them how they can help you. Also, ask eye doctors how they can help you...Give them your business cards. Most people who work under stressfull conditions like phamacists...Tend to wear glasses. It has been very rare for me to see a pharmacist without glasses....Hope this helps...Sara Alvarado
I have a local to us RN that has 13 years experience in a hospital setting but took the last 2 years off to have a child and take care of him.She is wanting to get back into the work force but wants to find a flexible,possibly work from home,maybe P/T position.Experience in the Cardiac field. She worked on telemetry floors, recovered cath lab patients, also worked on IMCU units with higher acuity, but not really any critical care experience. She also was involved with staff education and competencies.Just wondering if you have any ideas on where to start.Would love to split with someone on this.
I look forward to hearing back.
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Currently this is not an area that I am active in. Having said that, like your self I do receive cross over request and clients looking for positions that might fit. If I get any that are suitable I will send them your way.
Thanks for thinking of me. I work mostly with benefits and health care plan and compliance people.