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Services and Products By Pharmacist’s Connect Members
The products, projects and services from members of The Pharmacist’s Slack and Pharmacist’s Connect community are just as varied as you are! See below for what might be of assistance or interest to you.
Graphic Design and Infographic Tools
Canva is one of the most widely used, easiest to learn tools for producing graphics, posters, blog media, pinterest graphics, and infographics. You don’t need any background to jump in and learn. There is a free version to get started and a paid version with tons of options! We use Canva for all the blog images on this site. Click video to Link! This site is a Canva affiliate and may get a small portion of your fee should you purchase the paid version.
Pharmacy, IT & Me – hosted by Tony Dao, PharmD
The Pharmacy, IT, & Me podcast aims to provide listeners news updates, educational episodes, and interviews with various professionals in the field. There’s a large amount of pharmacy informatics information out there, but sometimes the best way is to hear conversations with those who are actually working in the field since there are many niches within pharmacy IT and digital health. The podcast is available on most podcasting services, including iTunes, Stitcher, Slack, Google Play, and more.
Rx Radio is a media company serving the profession of Pharmacy. We hope to inspire healthcare professionals to take an innovative approach to healthcare and ALWAYS keep the patient in mind. Our podcast hosts fireside chats, Q&As, and interviews posted biweekly. Make sure to connect on social media for the best in pharmacy memes and industry news.
That Frugal Pharmacist – Anonymous Member
A varied blog focusing on “Finance, Family and Health” with a primary focus on money matters and frugality in addition to work life balance.
Think Digital Health, is a blog exploring digital innovation in the context of healthcare. Christy is a pharmacist working in industry and the intersection between healthcare and technology is something she is passionate about. From reading articles online to connecting with individuals rooted in the field, she felt that this blog was the best way for her to consolidate, reinforce, and share her learning.
Slack Workspace and Networking Setup Assistance – Regina Moore, PharmD
Founder of this site, PharmacistsConnect.com, and The Pharmacist’s Slack, please contact Regina for assistance in setting up Slack networking groups for your society, hobby group, etc. Pharmacist’s Connect and the associated Slack workspaces have over 500 registered members and continue to grow.
Recommended Financial Tools with Personal Capital
View all your accounts in one place with tools for net worth tracking, retirement planning and basic monthly cash flow budgeting.
Confused about retirement account options? What is the best way to tackle debt? DO you know what you’re paying in fees? Eliminate the stress of investing so you can focus on being a pharmacist! Connect with me to discuss your situation.
KelleyCPharmD – Kelley D. Carlstrom, PharmD, BCOP
Do you dream of using all aspects of your education to impact patients in a more meaningful way? Oncology is a wonderful specialty to do that and is a consistently growing segment of the pharmacy profession. The learning curve in oncology is steep but it can be climbed, and Kelley wants to guide you on that journey! Kelley is an experienced oncology pharmacist that believes everyone deserves access to specialty training that can transform their career.
You can start learning the basics of oncology today through a 3-module online course. If you are ready to dig deeper into oncology, Kelley is developing an extensive 6-month MasterCourse program to guide you. Learn more and get on the interest list here!
Pyrls is for students and pharmacists to learn and manage the most practical drug information from an elegantly designed website and mobile app. Review over 250+ top drugs summaries, counseling points and clinical pearls.Bonus: every line drug information was written by and every line of code was programmed by pharmacists.