Canadian Pharmacists Conference
Saskatoon, SK | May 31–June 3, 2014
Jointly presented by: CPhA, AFPC, PAS
Early bird rates for the Canadian Pharmacists Conference 2014 end April 30
Michael "Pinball" Clemons
Michael "Pinball" Clemons, Vice-Chairman of the Toronto Argonauts Football Club, is equally renowned for his achievements on the football field as he is for his impact as a motivational speaker. Pinball’s presentations are at once captivating and empowering. He inspires audiences by demonstrating what it means to beat the odds and encourages listeners to use teamwork to achieve their goals.
Dr. David Butler-Jones
The brain is the most complex of organs and injury to it results in equally complex impacts on life and well-being. Though modern approaches in therapy and rehabilitation offer the hope of recovery in a way unknown to previous generations, research continues to demonstrate how little we really know. As our closing speaker, Dr. Butler-Jones will recount his personal story of life after stroke and the lessons he has learned. Dr. David Butler Jones is Canada's first Chief Public Health Officer (2004-2014) with the Public Health Agency of Canada.
A message from your co-hosts
Sherry Peister, President Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA)
Pharmacists from across Canada will gather in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, for three days of exceptional continuing education and amazing networking opportunities. We’re thrilled to be working with AFPC and PAS to put together an expanded education program, covering a wide range of issues affecting your practice and profession. As pharmacy continues to evolve, it is critical that we stand united and continue to collaborate together whenever opportunity arises. Looking forward to seeing you in Saskatoon!
David Edwards, President Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada (AFPC)
We look forward to discussing contemporary issues in pharmacy education and practice in conjunction with pharmacy educators and practitioners from across Canada. The friendly people of Saskatoon make it a great city to visit in June and we are pleased to join the celebrations honouring the 100th anniversary of the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Pharmacy and Nutrition. I look forward to seeing you in Saskatoon.
Christine Hrudka, Chair Pharmacists' Association of Saskatchewan (PAS)
Saskatchewan has a rich history of collaboration and partnerships, and we are excited to bring this unique event to Saskatchewan and Canadian pharmacists. I am certain this will be an exciting program and the educational and networking opportunities will be unprecedented. We look forward to showcasing our province and the City of Saskatoon, participating in a wonderful educational program, and enjoying the new partnerships and friendships this conference will build. See you in Saskatchewan in 2014!