Pharmacy Awareness Month 2016 - Information for Pharmacists
March is Pharmacy Awareness Month. Tools to help you celebrate pharmacy are now on the PANS website. Read More
Tell us how your pharmacist is #inDISPENSEable and you could win. Read More
SYRIAN REFUGEE SUPPORT RESOURCES
A list of resources to assist you with your Syrian Refugee patients is now available on our website. Read More
The Pharmacist - November Issue
In this issue of The Pharmacist:
Meet Your New Board of Directors, 2015 Award Winners, 2015 Conference Wrap Up, Clean Nova Scotia’s Homewarming Program, CO-OPP Phase 1, Dal CPE Update, DIS Update, Health Insurance After Retirement, Reducing Pain During Vaccinations, Focus on Chronic Hepatitis C, and more...
Minor Ailments Demonstration Project
For the past few years pharmacists in Nova Scotia have been able to assess and prescribe for 31 ailments. The cost for this service has ranged from $20-$30. Now, under a trial provincially funded program, Nova Scotia's Pharmacare recipients may have some of these ailments assessed by pharmacists - at no additional cost to them. If you are a Pharmacare recipient and have a cold sore, seasonal allergies, or a minor skin condition (such as mild eczema, athlete's foot, or rash) your pharmacist can assess your condition and, if required, write a prescription for you for no additional fee.
For more information on this limited time program, please click here. Read More