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Pharmacy Practice Research

Canadian Pharmacists Conference Pharmacy Practice Research Winners 2018

Congratulations to this year's Canadian Pharmacists Conference Pharmacy Practice Research winners!

Best pharmacy practice research poster Best pharmacy practice research oral presentation Best pharmacy practice facilitated e-poster presentation

Caroline Sirois, B.Pharm, MSc (hospital pharmacy), PhD

Caroline Sirois, B.Pharm, MSc (hospital pharmacy), PhD

Gokul Raj Pullagura, PharmD, DCM

Université Laval

Université Laval

University of Waterloo
Abstract title:

Polypharmacie chez les aînés québécois atteints d’insuffisance cardiaque : étude populationnelle entre 2000 et 2015

Abstract title:

The use of potentially inappropriate medications in older adults in Quebec: a population-based study

Abstract title:
Shades of gray in vaccination decisions — Understanding Ontario community pharmacists' perspectives of, and experiences with, seasonal influenza vaccine hesitancy

To help promote and disseminate pharmacy practice research, CPhA publishes the abstracts of the research presented at the conference in a special supplement of the Canadian Pharmacists Journal, the leading Canadian journal for the application of research and knowledge into pharmacy practice.

Read all the abstracts in the September/October 2018 Pharmacy Practice Research Abstracts CPJ Supplement.

The conference posters and presentation slides are available in the CPhA ePoster Library and on the conference mobile app.

Highlighting this year’s theme Our Value, Our Story, Canadian Pharmacists Conference 2018 featured a mix of research that explored the contribution of pharmacists to advancing the health and wellbeing of Canadians.

More than 75 abstracts were submitted and more than half of them were presented either as a poster, an oral presentation or a facilitated e-poster presentation, making it the largest Canadian pharmacy practice research conference program held to date. The presentations were evaluated by members of the pharmacy practice research community. Based on the quality of the research and the presentation, a winner was chosen from each category. The winners received an iPad Air tablet.

We would like to thank all presenters, facilitators and evaluators of this year’s pharmacy practice research program and congratulate the pharmacy practice research winners of Canadian Pharmacists Conference 2018.

The call for abstracts for Pharmacy Experience Pharmacie 2019 is now open. Submission information is available at www.pharmacists.ca/pxp. Contact ResearchPxP@opatoday.com with questions.