Who’s on Board at CFP
MARCH 2021 - Introducing the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
’s Board of Directors for 2021.
February Forum: Focus on independent pharmacy
MARCH 2021 - Financial experts and a panel of pharmacy owners discussed the past and future impact of COVID-19 on the business of independent pharmacy during CFP's Pharmacy Forum in February.
Embracing Change in Bedford, N.S.
FEBRUARY 2021 - For Fady Faltas, pharmacy manager of Lawtons Drugs Mill Cove (Sobeys Pharmacy Group) in Bedford, N.S., he term expanded scope is a misnomer. “At some point,” he says, “expanded scope is simply your scope.”
FEBRUARY 2021 - Award-winning research studies the disruptive impact of policy changes on MedsCheck in Ontario.
Thank you, Alberta
FEBRUARY 2021 - The Alberta Pharmacists’ Association boosts pharmacy research with its generous donation to the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
NOVEMBER 2020 — For pharmacist-owner Kristen Watt, vaccinations are a key part of the services offered at Kirsten’s Pharmacy in Southampton, Ont.
Top 6 workplace supports
JANUARY 2021 - Workplace supports emerged as the key determinant of how well pharmacy staff was able to continue to work—and personally cope—during the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Embracing Change: MedMe Health
JANUARY 2021 - Less than a year after earning her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Waterloo in 2018, Rui Su and two partners co-founded MedMe Health, which provides virtual solutions for community pharmacy practice, such as online appointment scheduling and virtual care tools.
Health apps worth recommending
JANUARY 2021 - A new online tool from Quebec-based TherAppX aims to help pharmacists and other healthcare providers feel comfortable discussing and recommending digital health apps to their patients.
COVID-19 lessons: highlights from CFP’s Forum
JANUARY 2021 - At the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
’s annual Pharmacy Forum, held virtually in November, presenters focused on how COVID-19 has served as a catalyst with a positive impact on pharmacy services—and what needs to be done for the profession to thrive in the future.