As documented by Dr Mohammad Baydon
I am an experienced pharmacist, but the identity with no recognition led me to worry about my future. As my interest in my profession decreased, I started craving new challenges, knowledge and exposure to remain competent. It encouraged me to leave my comfort zone and pursue new responsibilities and opportunities available in the world.
I have been a pharmacist since 2008; however, dealing with the same challenges felt so frustrating that I became lazy and worried about the future. I wanted recognition among the public, and it demanded a blend of skills, hard work and talent. The constant urge to learn and receive accreditation made me take the plunge and avail the opportunity to learn the most current and promising skills.
The stagnancy in my career frustrated me, decreased my interest and discouraged me from delivering my duty honestly. Although, finding a new passion with trending courses wasn’t easy. I wanted to excel and thus required quality platforms that impart education. Having tried multiple organizations, I was never satisfied with the quality of education they provided as they didn’t appear promising enough to help me tread on a new career domain path.