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.
The December 2014 edition of The Pharmacist is now available.
Included in this issue: Pharmacists as Immunizers Research in the Maritimes ~ Mental Health Care, Beyond the Basics, with the Bloom Program ~ Sleepwell: A New Program in Nova Scotia ~ Retirement Savings: How Much is Enough ~ 2014 Award Winners ~ Dal CPE Update ~ Drug Information System (DIS) Update ~ Employment Opportunities ~ Links of Interest ~ TD Insurance Meloche Monnex: Get Ready for Winter at Home and in Your Car
Dartmouth, NS – The Pharmacy Association of Nova Scotia recently presented awards to twelve very deserving individuals at its Annual Conference held in Halifax on Saturday.
Halifax’s Dr. Susan Bowles was PANS Member of the Year.
New PANS Benefits as a result of our membership with CPhA
PANS is pleased to be an Organizational Member of the Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA) and to share new member benefits with you as a result.
Register today at www.pharmacists.ca/register to access your new CPhA benefits.
Please note: You must register with CPhA while you are logged into the PANS website before you can access any PANS discounts on CPhA products and services.