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Embracing Change

How are pharmacists responding to an expanded scope of practice? Which services do patients appreciate the most? What are the challenges of billing for new services?

The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy explores these and other frontline issues related to putting an expanded scope of practice into action. Pharmacists share best practices, lessons learned and how they’re making a difference in patients’ lives.

Latest Articles From Our Embracing Change Series

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Happy Staff, Happy Life

Ask Sandy Faheim about the key to her success as the pharmacist/owner of four thriving independent pharmacies in southwestern Ontario and she’ll tell you it’s

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Embracing change in Winnipeg

MAY 2022 – Simplicity Wellness is a licensed pharmacy that does not dispense any medication. The new pharmacy in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, provides appointment-based consulting

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Canada’s Charity of Choice to Support Pharmacy

As a registered charity, the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy (CFP) is uniquely positioned to fund practical research and innovative practice models at the grassroots level, as well as recognize the leaders of today and tomorrow. Our vision is to be a catalyst for change in the profession of pharmacy by seeking out, nurturing and inspiring innovation. Your donations are a way to give back to a profession that has much to look forward to. Thank you for your support.

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Innovation Showcase 2023

A veteran health journalist reflects on how technological innovation will impact pharmacy practices, patient care, insurance coverage drug development, and more, for better or worse.