Health Care Education | Jerry Dyckman- Pharmacy Student Education Perspective Part I
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Jerry Dyckman- Pharmacy Student Education Perspective Part I

Jerry Dyckman- Pharmacy Student Education Perspective Part I

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Jerry Dyckman, 3rd year Pharmacy student at Campbell University, comes on the show to talk about his journey into how he chose Pharmacy as a career, how pharmacy education is structured, what are the limitations of pharmacy school and how he believes he can make it better, residency/fellowship avenues for pharmacists, and the less known characteristics of pharmacy and settings pharmacists can work in.

 

Biography:

Jerry is originally from Islip, New York and moved to Raleigh, NC for college. He is a bit of a non-traditional student and he earned his B.S. in Business Administration from NC State, worked in finance, insurance and real estate for about 8 years, then decided to go back to school to become a pharmacist. Jerry is currently a 3rd year pharmacy student, completing a dual degree in PharmD and M.S. in Public health.

Jerry’s Email: gwdyckman0104@email.campbell.edu 

Jerry’s Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/jerry.dyckman 

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