Beyond the refill of your prescription, my mission is to help you refill your life through happiness, knowledge, and health.
Moses The PharmaCoach
Refill your life!
Now that we’ve entered the third decade of the 21st century, we, as a people, want more and more to take better care of ourselves and our planet. We demand answers because we want to understand! My message to you: you are in charge of your life and health! Therefore, you have the right to have questions and concerns. Maybe you feel too embarrassed to share them with your healthcare provider? Or you feel like asking them questions is time-consuming for you or for them? And you tell yourself that you would rather hit up the “so reliable” Dr. Google.
Game over! Moses The Pharmacoach has entered the scene. I’m a fearless pharmacist who wants to empower you. I plan on sharing with you practical information concerning medications (my expertise!) but also concerning our health as Millenials and as a society (with the help of other health experts).
How will I communicate my content to you?
Youtube videos! Visit my channel! (link at the top of the page)
Blog articles on this website!
My social media pages: Instagram and Facebook (links at the top of the page)
My goal is simple: give you general practical information but I also want to learn from you! So, let’s debate and maintain fun, interactive and engaging communication!
Let’s get to know each other. I’ll go first… My name is Moses Boachie. I was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. I’ve been a pharmacist since 2017. After graduating with a Doctorate of Pharmacy from the University of Montreal, I started working at a pharmacy that generated a lot of traffic, which meant I needed to care for many patients. My job consisted of many things: validating a big amount of prescriptions, answering calls from patients, corresponding with doctors, managing a team of pharmacy technicians and other administrative tasks. I rapidly felt overwhelmed by all the organizational and professional requirements and limitations that I felt unprepared for as a new pharmacist. I felt like I couldn’t provide the level of care and attention I wanted for each patient. Fortunately, I’m not someone who dwells on barriers and excuses but instead focuses on solutions and actions. So I left my job. I recently accepted another position as a pharmacist manager in another pharmacy. Along with the new position came new tasks but a lot more independence. Having this freedom allows me to adapt my services to my patients’ needs and demands.
I can take my time with my patients to communicate and connect. As a new project, I started this blog and my Youtube Channel… These allow me to fulfill my calling: engaging with people and empowering them.