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October 16, 2017 – The community pharmacists of British Columbia applaud the proposed guidelines for prescribing injectable opioid treatments released by the BC Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU) this week.

The BC Pharmacy Association believes…

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BC Pharmacy Student Ambassador Jerry Mejia is grateful for the opportunities and mentoring he’s had over his past four years as a pharmacy student.

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Pharmacies are an integral part of BC’s health-care system – and being ready for anything means preparing for emergencies. In fact, Professional Practice Policy-25: Pharmacy Disaster Preparedness, says each pharmacy manager should approach regional…

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Cannabis is an antiemetic — but paradoxically, chronic use can cause intermittent debilitating vomiting known as cannabis (or cannabinoid) hyperemesis syndrome (CHS). Since the legalization of cannabis in several states in the U.S., hospital visits…

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The BC Pharmacy Association (BCPhA) has been advocating for pharmacies to be added as distribution points for the free Take Home Naloxone (THN) program. The BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC), BC Harm Reduction Strategies and Services and Toward…

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In-depth consultations for all patients and a focus on deprescribing sets BioPro Biologics Pharmacy apart.

“BioPro Pharmacy is a new concept. In my mind, it’s really what pharmacies should be doing,” says Alan Low, Pharmacy Lead at BioPro…