See Your Pharmacist todayPharmacists in B.C. do far more than simply dispense medications. The next time you visit a pharmacy, inquire about additional pharmacy services such as medication reviews, adaptations, prescription renewals and more.
Opioid Agonist Treatment training required by January 19, 2020One pharmacist from every pharmacy enrolled in the Methadone Maintenance Provider program will be required to complete Opioid Agonist Treatment (OAT) training by January 19, 2020.
Advocating for B.C. PharmacistsThe British Columbia Pharmacy Association (BCPhA) is a not-for-profit association that supports and advances the profession of community pharmacists and pharmacies in B.C.
Join us in WhistlerThe BC Pharmacy Annual Conference will take place from May 21-23. Reserve your spot and save $100 with Early Bird pricing until March 31.
B.C.’s Health Minister Adrian Dix paired up with the BC Pharmacy Association early in the new year to mark the first year of reduced or eliminated…
We are pleased to welcome new and returning faces to the BC Pharmacy Association Board of Directors.…
The BC Pharmacy Association has revamped its MLA Outreach Program and has given nearly two dozen pharmacy tours to MLAs since March, when the association…