SAN FRANCISCO -- Pharmacy technicians must be professional, service-oriented people who understand sophisticated pharmacy procedures and also the limits placed on their role. So said Olena Maleckyj-Popowycz, manager of pharmacy training for American Drug Stores, Oak Brook, Ill., addressing the Food Marketing Institute Supermarket Pharmacy Conference here in April. Maleckyj-Popowycz said that with the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990 and the increase in responsibility for pharmacy ...

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