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Celebrating a pharmacy visionary

January 2019 - With a distinguished 40 years in the profession, Myrella Roy is this year’s ideal candidate for the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy’s Lifetime Achievement Award. This prestigious honour goes to Roy for her ongoing influence in...

Moving forward with quality indicators

January 2019 - True to their words at CFP’s annual Pharmacy Forum last year, pharmacy stakeholders are going ahead with efforts to improve health outcomes by exploring quality indicators for pharmacies.

In January, the Canadian Pharmacists...

Research affects change in practice

For more than a decade, the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy has been funding good ideas around pharmacy-related research as part of its Innovation Fund Grant. In 2018 alone, four award winners received a total of $107,500 to study pharmacists’...

Meet the 2018 Innovation Winners

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John Papastergiou
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Paula Newman
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Saleema Bhaidani
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 Lisa Woodill (PANS)
 
 

NOVEMBER 2018 - Vaccine adherence rates, opioid stewardship and new pharmacy practice models to improve...

CFP Forum tackles quality question

NOVEMBER 2018 - Ready or not, pharmacies will be assessed for the quality of their care to patients, and the results will be publicly reported, as part of a growing movement to improve health outcomes across the healthcare system. This message...

Blazing trails with flu shots

NOVEMBER 2018 - Pharmacists administered just shy of 3 million flu shots during the 2017-2018 season, a 20% gain over the previous season and a continuation of consistently strong gains in uptake since 2012-2013. These numbers from provincial...

Be part of the million dollar difference

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NOVEMBER 2018 - As you consider charitable donations before the year’s end, think about making a contribution to the future of pharmacy by joining CFP’s 1 million for 25 campaign. If every pharmacist in Canada donated just $25, there would...

PEI's Pillar of Pharmacy

NOVEMBER 2018 - Some 120 people gathered in Charlottetown in October to celebrate a pillar in pharmacy—and in their communities. Pharmacist/owner Ray Murphy was lauded for his exemplary service to his profession and his community in a ceremony...

Deprescribing, within a pharmacist's domain

OCTOBER 2018 - Community pharmacists can have a vital role in deprescribing, according to the Catalyst Study, which was funded by Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy.

When equipped with training and resources, pharmacists at all four pharmacies in...

How are pharmacy services measuring up?

OCTOBER 2018 - Alberta’s Pharmacy Services Framework (PSF) is likely the most comprehensive compensation models for pharmacist services in the country. So it was fitting that researchers Christine Hughes, Terri Schindel and Rene Breault set out...