Included in this issue: The Big Decision Ahead ~ Dal CPE: A Reintroduction ~ Minor Ailment Assessments: Overcoming Obstacles ~ Top Ten Insurance Myths - Busted ~ 4th Annual PANS MLA Reception ~ A Pharmacy Student's Perspective ~ Nova Scotia's Drug Information Systems: Pharmacies Connect This Summer ~ Pharmacists Expanding Their Scope of Practice ~ Pharmacists Making a Difference ~ Pharmacy Awareness Week 2013 ~ Employment Opportunities ~
We are pleased to announce that we are seeking our first ever Student to represent the Pharmacy Association on our Board of Directors. This is a new position created as part of our 20111/2012 By-law review process and recognizes the value that students bring to the advocacy of our profession. The term of this position is two years and the Board meets approximately 4 times a year.
For Immediate Release Sunday, March 3, 2013
Your Pharmacist is Doing More than Ever Before
Dartmouth, NS – Have you ever felt that familiar tingling sensation in your lip, the tell-tale sign of a cold sore coming on, but not had the time to wait in a clinic for a prescription? Pharmacists across Nova Scotia can help.
Cold sores are just one of 31 minor ailments in which pharmacist can assess and prescribe. From allergies to acid reflux, pharmacists can help you with many common conditions.