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As 2019 soon comes to an end, it is time for me to reflect on my tenure as president of the Board of the BC Pharmacy Association over the 2018/19 fiscal year. I want to thank my BCPhA colleagues and fellow Association members for their commitment…

By the time this issue of The Tablet is in your hands, Canada will have elected a new government. While I can’t possibly predict the outcome, what I know for sure is that the next federal government will make some moves to put a national pharmacare…

A motion approved by the College of Pharmacists of BC will see a mandatory, anonymous medication incident reporting program implemented by 2022.

This year’s elections for the BC Pharmacy Association Board of Directors will take place Nov. 1, 2019 and will allow general BCPhA members the option to vote electronically or by traditional paper ballot.

There are seven candidates vying…

Wellness Pharmacy manager Pegah Arasteh began offering pharmacogenomic testing for patients more than a year ago.

Technology, like tablets, can help pharmacists improve patient care, gain workflow efficiencies, higher margins and even new streams of revenue.

Prefilled nasal spray can be used successfully by untrained individuals in high-stress situations and requires no preparation aside from opening the packaging.

Safeway pharmacy manager Joanne Hui helped develop an injections webinar used by pharmacists in Sobeys locations across Canada.

Miguel Lopez-Dee recently completed the Community Pharmacy Manager Training Program. He has been a pharmacy manager since 1998 and says the training is a useful refresher.

Celebrating 70 years of BSc(Pharm) graduates, the University of B.C.’s Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences hosted a banquet dinner and a trip down memory lane for its alumni through the decades on Sept. 14, 2019.