It’s the end of another rotation and another time for me to reflect on what I’ve learned and my experiences. Virginia Hospital Center is a nice place to work. The technology is amazing and the director is always looking to improve the processes and streamline the work.
My “project day” study station was always comforting and well-equipped.
I got to go to Midyear and my school handed out those rubber bracelets. Makes a nice addition to my stack, right?
Pharmacists love free things, and this was a candy station at the convention, to promote color coding of IV medications. Nifty!
This is basically what I did every day. I manned the robot, except he kept breaking and I had to fix it when ever he did not want to put a pill in a bag. His name is Tommy.
Learned about a new type of inhaler that doesn’t take so much inspiratory effort. And a demonstration kit to take to my store to help people learn how to use it!
Have a great weekend–and Christmas break begins…NOW!