One thing I've noticed over the years. After doing literally thousands of transfers, my experience has been this: If I'm getting the transfer from a female pharmacist, I usually have to ask her to slow down or repeat something. They rattle it off like I'm some transfer savant. I'm not.
This problem rarely happens if the pharmacist is male unless it is some insanely busy pharmacy. The male pharmacists I've taken transfers from tend to give the information at a steady pace I can keep up with. It makes it a lot easier.
I don't know what it is... perhaps some genetic caveman thing. I don't know. Maybe men slow down because our male ancestors were the hunters and we had to communicate hunting strategy to each other in effective and meaningful ways. Maybe females just talk more, or maybe female pharmacists are just smarter than male pharmacists because, you know, we're men. We don't get words.
I don't know. It's just my observation.