Professional Development

New eTraining programs

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Earn your CEs with more than 20 programs now available online.

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Nov/Dec 2016 Tablet

Aging Gracefully

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Vita Vie Pharmacy owner Hanna Habdank says many of her customers are seeking individualized treatments to help with the effects of aging.

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Patient Engagement

Modernized RDP

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New template letter to engage with patients whose medication coverage will be impacted by changes to the RDP.

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Video: Naloxone

How to give naloxone injection in a few simple steps. Read More.

Regulatory Compliance

BCPhA's Regulatory Compliance Bootcamp is now available online. View more.

Flu Season

BCPhA members are reaching out to offer their MLAs flu shots. Read more.

Recent News

  • Oak Bay News – Five-point mental health plan pushes standardized care View more...

  • Times Colonist – Editorial: Flu control is in our hands View more...

  • Canadian Healthcare Network – Improving rural healthcare a top priority for BCPhA View more...

  • Canadian Healthcare Network – B.C. pharmacist has rattling experience on front-line of fentanyl crisis View more...

  • Chain Drug Review – London Drugs program donates life-saving vaccines View more...

  • Global Okanagan – Flu season arrives in the Okanagan View more...

Job Links

Latest Updates

  • NAPRA Compounding Standards – Submit by Dec. 9 View more...

  • BCPhA Job Opening – Manager, Pharmacy Practice Support View more...

  • Pacific Blue Cross Notice – Special Authority Approval View more...

  • Parkinson's Disease Management – Online module for pharmacists View more...

  • Modernized Reference Drug Program (RDP)  – pharmacy detailing View more...

  • CPhA webinar Nov 17 Reproductive Health – 10-11 a.m. PST View more...

  • BCPhA Student News – November 2016 View more...

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The British Columbia Pharmacy Association (BCPhA) is a not-for-profit association that aims to support and advance the professional role and economic viability of our members so they may provide enhanced patient-centred care

With a membership of more than 3,100 pharmacists and more than 900 pharmacies, the BCPhA is the organization recognised for representing the interests of pharmacies and pharmacists throughout the province.

Take a look through our website for information on joining our association, as well as details of the BCPhA's involvement in programs to help expand the scope of pharmacy practice in British Columbia.