- 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.
- August 20, 2021
- Canadian pharmacists launch 2021 federal election priorities
CPhA is calling on all parties and candidates to demonstrate their commitment to the health of Canadians by acting on a series of critical issues that will strengthen our health-care system now and into the future.
- August 13, 2021
- More than 2000 pharmacies ready to provide rapid COVID-19 tests to small and medium employers in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario
Throughout the pandemic, pharmacists and pharmacy teams have been playing an essential role in keeping Canadians safe and healthy. From administering over 8 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to date and providing COVID-19 testing in some provinces to answering daily questions from patients about the virus and helping to allay concerns about vaccine hesitancy, pharmacists have been there when Canadians needed them.
- August 10, 2021
- Resource Round-up: Women's health
From treating health issues like uncomplicated UTIs to providing medical abortion services at the pharmacy, pharmacists can help provide women with faster, more convenient care in their communities.
- August 5, 2021
- CPhA supports mandatory vaccinations for health-care workers
Ensuring all our front-line health-care workers are vaccinated is an important step in protecting patients and the capacity of our health care system.
- June 1, 2021
- Pride Month: Updated practice tools to help your LGBT2SQ+ patients
Resources to help you make your pharmacy a more inclusive space.
- May 14, 2021
- Sharing our stories: CPhA organizes virtual meeting with Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister
- May 11, 2021
- Pharmacists: We get the job done (And guess what? We can do even more!)
By Christina Tulk, CPhA Chair
- May 3, 2021
- Pharmacists disappointed with NACI messaging on vaccine recommendations
On behalf of Canadian pharmacists, many of whom are currently administering COVID-19 vaccines across the country, we are disappointed in the messaging communicated today by the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI), which is causing additional confusion for many Canadians.
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