Canadian Pharmacists Association
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June 6, 2023
National survey shows mental health of pharmacy professionals has improved but more support and investments needed to address continued challenges

While this year’s survey shows some improvement in the mental health and wellness of our pharmacy teams compared to 2022, further support and investments are needed to ensure pharmacy teams can meet the growing needs of Canadians.

June 1, 2023
Pharmacy Check-in: Meet Fanny Fiddler

We caught up with Fanny Fiddler during Indigenous History Month to talk about how pharmacy technicians can advocate for their Indigenous patients and support safe, culturally sensitive spaces in their communities.

June 1, 2023
Indigenous Pharmacy Professionals of Canada: A year in review

IPPC CEO Amy Lamb reflects on the association's first year and the many milestones achieved.

June 1, 2023
Pharmacy Check-in: Meet Cassandra McLelland

We caught up with Cassandra McLelland during Indigenous History Month to talk about her practice and how pharmacists can provide safe, inclusive health care to Indigenous communities.

June 1, 2023
Pharmacy Check-in: Meet Kalbie Hokanson

We caught up with Kalbie Hokanson during Indigenous History Month to talk about her practice and how pharmacists can provide safe, inclusive health care to Indigenous communities.

June 1, 2023
Pharmacy Check-in: Meet Sasha Merasty

We caught up with Sasha Merasty during Indigenous History Month to talk about some of the challenges and barriers Indigenous patients face in accessing services, and how pharmacists and pharmacy students can provide culturally sensitive, trauma-informed health care to Indigenous communities.

June 1, 2023
Pharmacy Check-in: Meet Jaris Swidrovich

We caught up with Jaris Swidrovich during Indigenous History Month to talk about his practice and how education is a critical first step in providing safe, inclusive health care to Indigenous communities.

May 31, 2023
June is National Indigenous History Month

June is National Indigenous History Month – a time to learn about and celebrate the rich history, cultures and contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples, while also recognizing the ongoing trauma and harm experienced by Indigenous peoples and building a path toward reconciliation.

May 29, 2023
Resource Round-up: Indigenous health

Intergenerational trauma, health-care disparities, and racism in all its forms continue to undermine the health of Indigenous patients and their trust in the health care system. As a key entry point to our health system, the pharmacy community has a key role to play in implementing culturally safe, patient-centered care across Canada.  

May 17, 2023
New resource for your pharmacy: No tolerance for aggressive behaviour posters

CPhA has created 2 printable posters that you can display in your pharmacy as a visual reminder that aggressive behaviour is not tolerated and that your pharmacy team is here to help.

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