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The article discusses the seven roles that pharmacists must fulfil to become a seven star pharmacist as categorised in the WHO report 'Preparing the Future Pharmacist'. The roles of caregiver, decision maker, communicator, leader, manager, lifelong learner, and teacher are considered essential minimum common expectations of pharmacists by health systems worldwide.
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