A week in an Outpatient, has been a little bit challenging. Fussy patients, awareness and avoid from being errors, much less giving me pressure. It's good sometimes when we have experienced patients and they know what they're taking. It ease the process and less chances of doing med error. And a lil bit extra works for new patients who are taking the med for the first time, and some of them are really aware of what they're taking. They wanted me to read the leaflets of the medications; they wanna know the side effects and all. Patients nowadays are brilliant. They want the best for themselves and we just want the best to for both parties. Win.
Anyhow, life must go on. No matter how much burden you carry, there will always be something good that happen in that.
We got freeeee ice creams today. Haha.
Thank you to Bun, he treated us with Cornetto. Win a lottery or what huh bro? Hehe.
So this is a part of Outpatient Pharmacy team. As I always say to them, "We can do better than this". Or, "Come on guys, our patients are waiting, we can do it. Go go".
So Kak Mila ( the one with the lab coat on) said, "Oh my God, you are just giving me pressure".