[Satisfaction of pharmacists in Lebanon and the prospect for clinical pharmacy]
AbstractWe conducted a questionnaire survey among community and pharmaceutical company pharmacists in Lebanon to evaluate their satisfaction with their professional status and their willingness to work as clinical pharmacists. The majority of community pharmacists were satisfied with their professional situation [> 50%], except for the financial aspect [40%]. For pharmaceutical company pharmacists, only 33% thought that their profession had a positive image. However, > 65% were satisfied with social and financial standing. About 25% of pharmacists in pharmaceutical companies were ready to switch to clinical pharmacy with less income. Over 75% of the community pharmacists were prepared to apply clinical pharmacy in their practice and would be ready to attend courses for this purpose
Bou Antoun, R. & Salameh, P. (2009). [Satisfaction of pharmacists in Lebanon and the prospect for clinical pharmacy]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117798
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 15 (6), 1553-1563, 2009
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