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    I'm a 6month qualified pharmacist I have just landed a job as a relief manager with a fairly large company. However, my own personal opinion is that job satisfaction is low in community pharmacy and don't want to do it for much longer than another year.

    I have looked into moving into hospital however as its not what I really want to do its not worth the hard-work and dediction as a stop-gap to get me where I want to be.
    I want to work within GP surgeries as a practice pharmacist and eventually become a prescribing pharmacist one day. However, alot of applications want 2+ years experience and also experience within primary care (mostly GP surgeries). Anyone who has made the transition could you advise me on how I could gain the experience and hopefully get a role within primary care?
 
 
 
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