Dennis Miller, RPh
Dennis Miller is a retired chain-store pharmacist living in Delray Beach, Fla. He welcomes feedback at [email protected] His books "Chain Drug Stores are Dangerous" and "Pharmacy Exposed" are available at
In My View
Are pharmacy schools teaching about health?
10 shocking things I've learned as a pharmacist
The culture shock between pharmacy school and the real world is mind-boggling.
Dear pharmacists: Are those white coats really necessary?
Quasi-religious symbol? Sign of enforced conformity? Emblem of arrogance and superiority? Or simple professional attire? You decide.
Pharmacists and phone etiquette
Sometimes it's not the demanding customers or condescending physicians, it's their own colleagues who drive pharmacists right up the wall.
Pharmacists and cognitive dissonance
What do you do when you've got half a dozen warring paradigms inside your head?
What kinds of pharmacists get under your skin?
Some pharmacists are annoying as all get-out. They may not know who they are. But you know — and so does Dennis Miller. Here's his list.
Are Americans drowning in a sea of pills?
And if they are, what can be done about it?
Is job satisfaction too much to ask? Part 2
Could some pharmacists be the victims of their own misplaced expectations?
Is job satisfaction too much to ask?
As existential questions go, it's a big one for pharmacists. Here's Dennis Miller's answer.
Pharmacists write in, Part 2: Why mistakes happen
Here's more of what blew up Dennis Miller's mailbox.