Embracing Change in Lindsay, Ontario
AUGUST 2021 - Mike Cavanagh is so happy with the appointment-based model of pharmacy practice so far that he’s volunteered to be part of a study that he expects will prove its worth.
Taking a LEAP for leaders in pharmacy
AUGUST 2021 - Four years ago, pharmacist Patricia Gerber took a leap of faith, quite literally. With the support of a Wellspring Leadership Award grant from the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
(CFP), she launched the Leadership Experience Applied to Pharmacy (“LEAP”) course with the ambitious goal of developing real leaders in pharmacy.
Meet the 2021 Wellspring Award Winners
JULY 2021 - This year's winners tackle gaps in hypo/hyperglycemic management in home care, how to tell impactful stories to propel the professsion, new strategies to deal with tobacco addiction, and ways to improve pharmacy education around 2SLGBTQ+ patient care
Digital world: differentiation or disruption?
JULY 2021 - Digital pharmacy, online pharmacy, virtual pharmacy—the names and incarnations may vary but the implications for community pharmacy are the same, agreed panelists at the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
’s “Accelerating the Pace of Change” Forum on June 24.
Get the updated COVID-19 chart
JUNE 2021 - Fees for the administration of COVID-19 vaccines in pharmacies range from $13 to $35—where does your province fit on that spectrum?
Pharmacies rise to the challenge
JUNE 2021 - The frontline efforts and expanded scope of community pharmacists during the pandemic have garnered widespread public praise and shone a spotlight on pharmacists’ skills and capacity to play a leading role in public health.
New practice model a win for all
JUNE 2021 - A strategic, structured approach to facilitate practice change is doable, and can have a positive, sustainable impact on both the delivery of expanded services and staff satisfaction.
At the forefront of virtual care
JUNE 2021 - The pandemic certainly boosted the adoption of virtual care, and pharmacy stands poised to take the lead on its widespread acceptance by patients—but first, more pharmacists need to embrace the technologies themselves.