- September 27, 2022
- CPhA Advocacy Update: Fall 2022
Here’s an update on some of our recent key priorities and initiatives.
- September 22, 2022
- Canadians want more funding and access to pharmacist care
With Canada’s health-care system facing significant strain, Canadians recognize the need to expand and fund additional health services in our communities and better utilize and support our health providers.
- September 15, 2022
- Decreasing flu shot demand could point to difficult flu season ahead
According to a new national survey conducted by Abacus Data, only 50% of Canadians say they will get the flu shot this year, down 6 points from a survey conducted in 2021.
- September 6, 2022
- CPhA condemns violence against pharmacists and high rates of abuse and harassment of health workers
The Canadian Pharmacists Association is deeply concerned about reports of a recent physical assault of a pharmacist in Kitchener, Ontario. We strongly condemn any violence, abuse or harassment targeting health workers and stand with Canada’s pharmacy professionals and other health workers across the country.
- August 17, 2022
- Clarification: Requirement for prescriptions for Tylenol and Advil for children
Despite media reports to the contrary, you do not need a prescription to purchase liquid Tylenol or Advil for children.
- July 11, 2022
- Canadian Pharmacists Association calls for investments in community-based care
The Canadian Pharmacists Association is calling on provincial, territorial and federal governments to work together to increase investments in community-based-care
- June 27, 2022
- Pharmacy Check-in: Meet Roger Tam
We caught up with Roger to talk about how pharmacists can provide and advocate for more inclusive care for the LGBT2SQ+ community.
- June 27, 2022
- Pharmacy Check-in: Meet Kyle Wilby
We caught up with Kyle to talk about how pharmacists can provide and advocate for more inclusive care for the LGBT2SQ+ community.
- June 24, 2022
- CPS: Generic Lists
CPS: Generic Lists
- June 21, 2022
- Addressing systemic racism and discrimination in pharmacy
Q&A with Jaris Swidrovich & Amy Lamb, co-chairs of the Indigenous Pharmacy Professionals of Canada (IPPC)—a new Indigenous-led association aimed at connecting and supporting Indigenous pharmacy professionals and ensuring that pharmacy practice across the country reflects the principles and commitments of the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action.
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