AJP chats with… Sandra Minas

The first in our series of Zoom interviews as we chat with pharmacists about their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic

“Looking back at the start of the year, obviously not knowing what it would bring, I can safely say that I’ve faced and overcome many unexpected challenges. I feel I have been able to step up and do even more within my current role.”

Sandra Minas, clinical pharmacist at Alfred Health and former NAPSA president, describes her experience transitioning from pharmacy intern to a fully fledged pharmacist this year.

She also shares her experience working in hospital pharmacy during the pandemic, including time spent working on the COVID-19 ward and now overseeing a program that ensures high-risk outpatients who may be immunocompromised are able to receive their medications safely without coming into hospital.

See the full transcript here

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  1. Kay Dunkley

    Thank you for a great interview. Really interesting and relevant.

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