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PANS News

20
Aug, 2015
Federal Election 2015

CPhA launched its federal election platform and issued a press release (below) calling on political parties and candidates to support our three policy priorities for Better Health, Better Care and Better Value. 

 

Make Your Voice Heard

 

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05
Jun, 2015
The Pharmacist

May/June 2015

Included in this issue: Chair’s Message ~From the Desk of the CEO ~ Genomics in Community Pharmacy ~ What Do I Do About Health Insurance When I Retire ~ Nova Scotia Drug Information System ~ Car Buying Tips ~ Dal CPE Update ~ Employment Opportunities ~ Links of Interest ~ Pharmacy Awareness Month Recap ~ Think FAST to Recognize Stroke

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15
May, 2015
Pharmacy Association Of Nova Scotia (PANS) Position Statement Influenza Immunizations For Pharmacists
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10
Mar, 2015
Thoughts From the Chair - PAM 2015

Pharmacy Awareness Month 2015

 As you read this, we are successfully completing the second week of Pharmacy Awareness Month (PAM).

 Did you used to let Pharmacy Awareness Week (PAW) slide because it was only a week!? Be honest! Well, now you have no excuse. You have a full month to proudly promote all the great things you do for your patients throughout the year.

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02
Mar, 2015
Pharmacists: Trusted Care, When and Where you Need It

For Immediate Release                                                                           
Monday, March 2, 2015
Pharmacists Provide What You Need, When and Where You Need It

 

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30
Jan, 2015
Thoughts from the Chair: January 2015

PANS Chair Sandeep Sodhi gives his thoughts on the Marketplace story.

As I think every pharmacist in Canada knows, CBC finally aired their Marketplace story on pharmacy errors last Friday evening.  I did not want to get involved in making too many comments or opinions until the piece aired, hoping that maybe the report would be balanced and informative, recognizing that errors do happen from time but that the number of errors is very small and that pharmacists have, and always, put the patient first.

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23
Jan, 2015
Dr. Neil MacKinnon talks to the CBC

Nova Scotia is the first province in Nova Scotia to have mandatory reporting of pharmacy errors and near misses.  Dr. Neil J MacKinnon, Dean and Professor, James L Winkle College of Pharmacy,University of Cincinnati talks to the CBC about how this works and why its good for pharmacists, pharmacies and patients.

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10
Dec, 2014
Pharmacy Holiday Hours

For a list of HRM pharmacy holiday hours from  December 24, 2014 to January 1, 2015, please click here.

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