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Anecdotes from a Septuagenarian Pharmacy Professional

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W. Pathirana

University of Colombo, Kynsey Road, Colombo 08, LK
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Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine
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Abstract

The author commenced his Bachelor of Pharmacy undergraduate studies abroad in the year 1968. It was another three decades wait for the commencement of pharmacy degree programs in our country, Sri Lanka. As a result of the commitment to the ever-absorbing subject of pharmacy and being receptive to the wider concepts in education many anecdotes are lingering in the author’s mind. There is much more to a successful professional carrier than the subject matter alone. Experience is said to be accumulated labor that provides speedy solutions to problems for which the inexperienced will have to team up for costly investigations. Those that inspire are shared with the readers.
How to Cite: Pathirana, W., 2020. Anecdotes from a Septuagenarian Pharmacy Professional. Pharmaceutical Journal of Sri Lanka, 9(1), pp.1–7. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/pjsl.v9i1.45
Published on 14 Jan 2020.
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