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If you’re feeling a lack of joy in your pharmacy technician job, you’re not alone. Many technicians feel like they’re just going through the motions, and it’s easy to lose sight of the value that pharmacy technicians bring to the medical community. It doesn’t have to be this way. Here are some tips for reclaiming your love of pharmacy technology.
When you first started as a pharmacy technician, you likely had a vision of how your work could make a difference in patients’ lives. To get back in touch with the passion that brought you to the role, take time to appreciate the small successes you have each day. Maybe you got the prescription filled just when the patient needed it, or you provided a helpful suggestion to a customer. No matter how small, take a moment to recognize the impact you make each day.
It’s easy to view pharmacy technology as a set of tedious tasks, but don’t forget that you play an important role in the healthcare system. Pharmacy technicians provide essential services that help pharmacists provide the best care for their patients. You’re a valuable part of the team, and your work is respected and appreciated.
Learning new skills can help you stay engaged and inspired in your job. Take advantage of any training opportunities offered by your employer to learn more about pharmacy technology and increase your knowledge. You may also want to consider earning a certification or pursuing a higher level of education in pharmacy technology.
It can be hard to stay motivated when you don’t feel supported by your coworkers or supervisors. Consider joining a professional organization or attending an event where you can network with other pharmacy technicians and learn from them. Having a strong network of peers in your field can help you stay motivated and inspired.
Finally, don’t forget to appreciate the rewards of being a pharmacy technician. You get to work with a team of professionals who are committed to helping patients get the best care possible. You also get to work with a wide range of customers each day, giving you the opportunity to learn and grow.
As you can see, there are many ways to rediscover your love of pharmacy technology. By reconnecting with your passion, remembering your value, and taking advantage of opportunities to learn, you can reclaim your enthusiasm for the job.
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