A few years ago I left my Pharmacy course for Nursing and recently I've felt like I have been regretting this decision. I took this decision as at the time I wanted to be more clinical and look at the medical side of things, possibly leading to a nurse practitioner (and prescribing). My main interest lies within anatomy and physiology as well as looking at drugs, I am so interested in medicines and the pharmacology linked to them, I love learning about pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. It's safe to say since starting nursing I have done none of that and I am majorly unhappy with the lack of academic work, (although I would like to do a MSc in something more clinical or even attempt to transfer to medicine) so I have been thinking have I made a big mistake? however I've heard a lot of pharmacists say "it's not what it used to be", however I am unsure whether to try and go back to pharmacy, any advice?
(I also feel like the pharmacy pay is so much better, but I am aware that isn't the reason you should take a certain career path) I have heard people mention the money lies in the community but if you work in community you will be stressed out by the business side of things. I am very indecisive HELPPPP
Did I make the wrong choice?
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