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Pharmacy Future Leaders – Brandon Dyson

Pharmacy Future Leaders Guest: Brandon Dyson Founder of TLDRpharmacy.com Welcome to the Pharmacy Podcast Network, I’m your cohost Tony Guerra for […]

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September 20, 2017 Pharmacy Future Leaders, Pharmacy Students

Pharmacy Future Leaders

Guest: Brandon Dyson Founder of TLDRpharmacy.com

Welcome to the Pharmacy Podcast Network, I’m your cohost Tony Guerra for the #PharmacyFutureLeaders podcast broadcasting from the Des Moines Health and Public Services Building at DMACC’s Ankeny Campus

Connect with me via messenger on Facebook at TonyPharmD1 or you can find over 1200 pharmacy videos at TonyPharmD on YouTube or my website memorizingpharmacology.com

Brandon Dyson founded www.tldrpharmacy.com – which provides cheat sheets and easy to understand overviews of dense clinical topics. He is a clinical pharmacist for an academic medical center in Austin, Texas and an Assistant Professor of pharmacology for the online nurse practitioner program at the Georgetown University School of Nursing. He graduated from Howard University College of Pharmacy and completed a PGY1 practice residency at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC. He is board certified in pharmacotherapy.

He can be reached at brandon@tldrpharmacy.com

In this show we talk about his experiences going to school and opportunities in downtown Washington DC, moving to Austin, taking on jobs in oncology, a discipline he didn’t necessarily know much about and generally being open to the openings pharmacy life gives you.

I’m excited to talk again with a former Marylander who had a chance to work and now teaches part time at an elite Washington University, Georgetown in a graduate nursing program. Also, we talk about his very helpful website TLDRpharmacy.com. He’ll trade you one email address for an:

Antibiotic Cheat Sheet

Residency/Job Interview Evaluation Form

Chapter 1 of our book, Pharmacy School: The Missing Manual

I was introduced to the site by an APPE student who found it useful. I think you’ll enjoy this conversation.