My name is Margaret Noriel and, like the previous bloggers, I am a fourth-year pharmacy student at the University of Toronto. I discovered rxBriefCase in my second year of pharmacy, and I have been a user ever since.
When I found out I had an APPE rotation at mdBriefCase, I was excited for the chance to contribute to their various continuing education offerings.
I have experience in both community and hospital pharmacy settings, and I am interested in broadening my experience in other areas of pharmacy, such as consulting and ambulatory care. My therapeutic interests include mental health, neurology, and geriatrics.
During my time here, I will be focusing on rxBriefCase, rxPassport, and other pharmacy-focused continuing education tools. I will be responsible for critically appraising an existing eCE program, as well as creating continuing education content for an eNewsletter and a patient-education learning module.
Admittedly, writing has never been a strong suit of mine, so the task of medical writing may be a bit of a challenge. Fortunately, I love challenges and stepping out of my comfort zone, so I look forward to learning, growing, and hopefully mastering this challenge.
Stay tuned for future blog posts, as I take you along my journey at mdBriefCase!
If you have any questions, suggestions, comments, or thoughts, feel free to send them my way, I would love to hear from you!