Originally Posted by Manton
I know this is terribly unfair, but I always thought of a pharmacist as someone who looks at a piece of paper, goes back to a shelf and gets what's written on the paper ... and that's basically it.
What do they actually do? They aren't mixing drugs back there anymore, right?
Granted, reading doctors' handwriting is a skill in itself.
In a retail outlet, the pharm techs will do most of the scutwork; the...