23 Apr 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.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerry’s Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/jerry.dyckman