Jaris Swidrovich obtained his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (BSP) degree from the University of Saskatchewan and his Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree from the University of Toronto. He is a Clinical Coordinator of Pharmaceutical Services at St. Paul’s Hospital with the Saskatoon Health Region and enjoys a clinical practice in adult internal medicine. Jaris has a background of working in community pharmacies, ambulatory care, research, public health, rural family medicine, and international pharmacy practice. Jaris is the first Aboriginal Doctor of Pharmacy in Canada and looks forward to being integrated with the brand new First Nations and Metis Health Service at St. Paul’s Hospital in Saskatoon and acting as a volunteer pharmacy mentor at the student-run inner-city clinic, SWITCH, in Saskatoon. Jaris was in a student in the pilot ADAPT program and is excited to now be a part of ADAPT as a moderator.