CPhA: Our 2023 priorities
In a new blog post for Canadian Healthcare Network, CPhA Chair Shawn Bugden outlines CPhA’s wide-ranging priorities for 2023, all aimed at improving pharmacy practice and supporting the professionals who underpin it.
FEBRUARY IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Join us this month as we celebrate Black pharmacy professionals in Canada, amplifying their voices and raising awareness about Black health in Canada. Check out our website for tools, resources and information, PLUS learn about and follow the A Black History to Remember 2023 campaign, developed by Mary Adegboyega and some incredible Black pharmacy professionals from across the country.
IT’S ALL FUN AND GAMES! IMPROVING THE VACCINATION EXPERIENCE WITH CARD
Check out the newest CPJ supplement: Improving the vaccination experience in community pharmacies with CARD. This series of articles offers readers the scientific evidence base supporting the CARD (Comfort Ask Relax Distract) delivery system for community pharmacy-based vaccinations and the tools they can use to facilitate integration of this research evidence in their own practice settings. Want to learn more? Register here for a free webinar on February 28 at 1pm ET: Improving the Vaccination Experience: Reducing Pain and Anxiety for Children and Adults, hosted by Immunize.org.
CPhA RECOMMENDATIONS PROGRAM: WHAT’S YOUR GO-TO SERVICE?
Do you or your team use a product that benefits your everyday workflow? Do you have a great solution to a common workflow issue? If so, tell us about it! CPhA is seeking new services for our Recommendation Program, a recognized designation for services designed to assist pharmacy practice or whose claims have been validated by CPhA to have a health benefit for patients.
CPhA CALLS FOR MORE INVESTMENT IN COMMUNITY-BASED CARE, INCLUDING PHARMACY SERVICES
Ahead of a meeting of Canada’s premiers in early February, CPhA released a statement calling for more investment in community-based care, urging the federal government to ensure that any increases in health funding include specific funds for community-based care, including expansion of health-care services offered through pharmacies. Find out how many Canadians agree and how it could make a big difference for your pharmacy.
MARCH IS PHARMACY APPRECIATION MONTH: GET INVOLVED
Celebrate all things pharmacy with us this March! We’re getting geared up for Pharmacy Appreciation Month and we can’t wait to tell the world what makes pharmacy professionals so special. Take a look at our website for tools, info and resources to help you celebrate PAM2023, and stay tuned for more. PLUS! Send us photos of you and your pharmacy team in action so we can include you in our PAM materials.
MINOR AILMENTS INFO AT YOUR FINGERTIPS WITH CPS FULL ACCESS
Comprehensive therapeutic treatment for minor ailments is at your fingertips with CPS Full Access. We’ve made it even easier to search for the information you need to deliver the best care to your patients. Check out our new video to find out more!
NEW CCCEP BLOG POSTS: EFFECTIVE LEARNING TECHNIQUES & MICROLEARNING
Can’t recall the great information from your last continuing education program? Frustrated with your ability to retain new learning? Explore CCCEP’s blog post on learning strategies to help make your learning more effective. Plus, find out how to make your continuing education more exciting and effective by exploring the benefits of microlearning in the newest article in this series.