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Grow the CFP Challenge

APRIL & MARCH 2021 - The Association québécoise des pharmaciens propriétaires and the Alberta Pharmacists’ Association challenge pharmacy groups and pharmacists to support pharmacy research through the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy.

Promising results in Nova Scotia

MARCH 2021 - Pharmacy efficiencies and culture change are some of the wins from the Prescription to Thrive study.

PAM and beyond

MARCH 2021 - Check out CFP’s initiatives to celebrate pharmacy appreciation month while supporting the profession long-term.

Who’s on Board at CFP

MARCH 2021 - Introducing the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy’s Board of Directors for 2021.

February Forum: Focus on independent pharmacy

MARCH 2021 - Financial experts and a panel of pharmacy owners discussed the past and future impact of COVID-19 on the business of independent pharmacy during CFP's Pharmacy Forum in February.

Embracing Change in Bedford, N.S.

FEBRUARY 2021 - For Fady Faltas, pharmacy manager of Lawtons Drugs Mill Cove (Sobeys Pharmacy Group) in Bedford, N.S., he term expanded scope is a misnomer. “At some point,” he says, “expanded scope is simply your scope.”

MedsCheck, interrupted

FEBRUARY 2021 - Award-winning research studies the disruptive impact of policy changes on MedsCheck in Ontario.

Thank you, Alberta

FEBRUARY 2021 - The Alberta Pharmacists’ Association boosts pharmacy research with its generous donation to the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy.

Injection affection

NOVEMBER 2020 — For pharmacist-owner Kristen Watt, vaccinations are a key part of the services offered at Kirsten’s Pharmacy in Southampton, Ont.

Top 6 workplace supports

JANUARY 2021 - Workplace supports emerged as the key determinant of how well pharmacy staff was able to continue to work—and personally cope—during the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic.