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Manage your time wisely. Learn proactively, not passively. Participate in the various organizations. Study material independently before engaging in study groups. Attend pharmacy conferences and network with potential colleagues. Choose hospital rotations that will challenge you. Acquaint yourself with the Harlem pharmacy community.
From the Lab to the Hospital, Victor Chen, Touro College of Pharmacy Graduate, Finds His True Calling
Before he was a graduate of Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) and a PGY-1 resident at Brooklyn Hospital Center—a coveted and highly-competitive slot for graduating pharmacy students seeking work in academia—Victor Chen, 32, was toiling away doing research in a lab as an employee of Pall Corporation, which supplies high-tech filtration, separation and purification products. It was a natural fit for someone who had majored in biochemistry at Stony Brook University but, Chen quickly realized, it lacked a vital component for him.
Use your units: be careful with those calculations. Keep up with guidelines. Remember that you\'re never treating just one patient: your treatment has ripple effects on patients\' families and communities. Be a lifelong learner.