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January 20, 2022
CPhA launches Pharmacy Workforce Wellness initiative to support mental health and sustainability of profession

The pharmacy profession is at a crisis point. The COVID-19 pandemic and the latest Omicron wave have stretched pharmacy teams to the limit. With high workloads and human resource shortages we are seeing pressures on our workforce like never before.

January 18, 2022
National Call to Action in Support of Pharmacy Professionals

Pharmacy professionals require more support from all levels of government to continue to serve their communities and keep themselves and their patients safe and healthy.

November 23, 2021
Resource Round-up: Childhood vaccination

Whether you’re administering vaccines in your pharmacy or helping parents and kids understand the benefits of getting vaccinated, there’s lots of information to wade through. Here is a round-up of some helpful resources.

November 10, 2021
CPhA announces Danielle Paes as Chief Pharmacist Officer

CPhA is thrilled to welcome Dr. Danielle Paes to the role of Chief Pharmacist Officer—a new, full-time senior management position that will provide leadership and guidance on issues facing pharmacy and health care in Canada.

November 10, 2021
An open letter to the profession I love

By Dr. Danielle Paes, Chief Pharmacist Officer at the Canadian Pharmacists Association 

October 6, 2021
Survey: Share your experiences with the CDSA exemptions

We want to hear from you! Have you been using the CDSA exemptions in your pharmacy practice?

September 24, 2021
What do Canadians think about their pharmacists anyway? Turns out, a lot.

We recently asked Canadians what they thought of their pharmacists ahead of World Pharmacists Day, and one thing is abundantly clear: patients see and appreciate the extraordinary efforts and dedication of the profession.

September 22, 2021
High demand for flu shots expected to continue this season: Survey

According to a new national survey commissioned by CPhA and conducted by Abacus Data, the increased demand for flu shots will continue this season as 56% of Canadians say they intend to get the flu shot.

September 2, 2021
CPhA statement on ivermectin

Several trusted health sources, including Health Canada and the World Health Organization, continue to warn against the use of ivermectin to prevent or treat COVID-19 given the lack of evidence to support efficacy and possible side effects.

August 30, 2021
Resource Round-up: Opioids & harm reduction

Our practice resources related to opioids and harm reduction are designed to support you in your role as an opioid steward.

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