The attitude of Russians to the pharmacies workers leaves much to be desired

The Chairman of the Committee on the preparation of the all-Russian Congress of pharmacists reported that the attitude of Russians to the pharmacies workers leaves much to be desired. You must take measures to restore the status of the medical professional pharmaceutical business, convinced Elena Telnova. The profession of pharmacist is losing its prestige.

Russian people often equate pharmacist to normal seller, although pharmacists have higher medical education. This fact should be taken into account to defend the rights of medical workers.

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To do this, says the scientific community, it is necessary to increase the level of literacy of the population, conduct seminars and courses for pharmacists, as the situation becomes global.

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