Claims trends paint compelling picture for services
NOVEMBER 2019 - Pharmacists reached a new milestone in the 2018-2019 flu season by administering more than 3 million flu shots, a 9% increase over the previous season and a continuation of strong gains since 2012-2013.
CFP's 2019 Innovation Fund grant recipients
OCTOBER 2019 - Congratulations to this year's recipients of grants from the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy's Innovation Fund, who received $125,000 in total funding. CFP has awarded three grants this year, in two fields of patient care that can...
The pharmacist's role in medical cannabis
Funding from the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
's Innovation Fund will see the development of program to help community pharmacists identify and support patients using medical cannabis, as part of routine care.
Research pilots coaching with app for depression
Researcher Philippe Vincent and pharmacists at 30 community pharmacies hope to smooth the path to recovery for patients with depression through a ground-breaking research study funded in part by the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
's (CFP's) Innovation Fund.
CFP Pharmacy Forum on Nov. 20: Building Bridges
This year's CFP Pharmacy Forum revolves around the theme, "Building Bridges for Better Care." Hear from industry experts as we envision the future of pharmacy and how to get there.
A panel of pharmacy leaders will discuss and debate how to...
Embracing Change: Birtle Pharmacy
|Pharmacy Co-Owner Alison Desjardins
SEPTEMBER 2019—Sometimes the path to positive change can begin by simply moving to a larger space. Alison Desjardins and her husband Steve became co-owners of Birtle Pharmacy in Birtle,...
The 2019 Pillar of Pharmacy: Sherry Peister
Sherry Peister, volunteer extraordinare, Chair of Green Shield Canada and former pharmacy owner, is this year's recipient of the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
's celebrated Pillar of Pharmacy Award.
Embracing Change: Pharmacy 101, Cobourg, Ont.
JUNE 2019 - After 21 years in business, Pharmacy 101 in Cobourg, Ont., is proving that independent community pharmacies can still survive long-term if they meet their patients’ needs.
“Lots of the services we’ve developed over the years grew out...