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    Grant is coming up Read more Pharmacy Management in Canada Now available Canada s own textbook dedicated to pharmacy management Order your copy today Read more Photo courtesy of Rexall Supporting Innovation in Pharmacy for a Healthier Canada Research Innovation News More News Apply for Wellspring by Mar 31 Diabetes pharmacists network 100 000 for Innovation Grants now available CFP welcomes new board members New president reflects on future of CFP Canada s charity of choice to support pharmacy As a registered charity the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy CFP is uniquely positioned to fund practical research and innovative practice models at the grassroots level as well as recognize the leaders of today and tomorrow Our vision is to be a catalyst for change in the profession of pharmacy by seeking out nurturing and inspiring innovation Your donations are a way to give back to a profession that has much to look forward to Thank you for your support Testimonials CFP makes it possible for frontline community pharmacists to get funding for projects Its Innovation Fund grant has allowed my team and I to explore the value of pharmacist directed home based medication reviews and I believe the results can further expand the scope of pharmacist practice When you support the Foundation you support innovation at the grassroots John Papastergiou Associate Owner Shoppers Drug Mart Support the CFP today With the generous support they gave us for the PHInDMORE study they helped us demonstrate the value we as pharmacists give to the health care system John Shaske clinical pharmacist Howe Sound Pharmacy Please support the CFP As a past recipient of the Wellspring Award they have helped our program promote the importance of the clinical pharmacist on a Pulmonary Rehabilitation team Kristine Petrasko Regional Pulmonary Educator and Faculty Member RESPTREC CFP

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  • Who We Are - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    the organization has helped countless individuals and organizations while achieving its mandate to advance the profession of pharmacy The current focus of the Foundation is reflected in the Vision and Mission approved by the Board in 2013 The Board of Directors of theorganization is comprised of representatives from Community Association Academic Pharmacy and the Pharmaceutical Industry VISION To be a recognized leader at the forefront of pharmacy evolution and innovation

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  • Board of Directors - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy the Lyman Award the Canadian Pharmacists Association and the Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada He has published over 70 peer reviewed manuscripts authored three textbooks and 14 textbook chapters He has received over 6 million in external grant funding for his research and has presented nationally and internationally on his work He is also an award winning educator having received the Government of Ontario s Leadership in Faculty Teaching Award the University of Toronto s President s Teaching Award and having been named undergraduate Professor of the Year by pharmacy students on 12 separate occasions He continues to practice as a clinical pharmacist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto Dr Linda Hensman Dr Linda Hensman became a member of the CFP Board of Directors in 2014 In March 2014 she completed her term as Dean of the School of Pharmacy Memorial University of Newfoundland MUN a position she held since 2003 prior to which she was the acting Director from 2001 to 2003 She holds a B Sc in Pharmacy from UBC a Doctor of Pharmacy from SUNY at Buffalo and an MBA from MUN She has held numerous clinical administrative academic and healthcare planning appointments within the healthcare system and academia in Saskatchewan BC and Newfoundland She joined the School of Pharmacy as an Adjunct Professor in 1989 and then moved into a full time Associate Professor position in 1998 In 2011 she completed two terms as a Board member of the Newfoundland and Pharmacy Board She served as Chair of the Board in 2006 to 2007 and has served as a member and chaired the Finance Committee for several years Over the span of her 40 year career she has been actively engaged in the advocacy work of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists Society She served on the BC Branch executive and has been the Secretary Treasurer Chair of the Education Committee and President of the NL Branch Back to top Directors Association Perry Eisenschmid Perry Eisenschmid was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Pharmacists Association CPhA in June 2013 Perry has extensive experience in marketing financial services consumer packaged goods and not for profit member services His broad expertise includes marketing sales and information technology with specific interest in strategy branding product management web and social media innovation Perry obtained his BBA and MBA from the Schulich School of Business York University In 2010 he achieved certification as a Chartered Director C Dir and in 2013 he received Human Resources and Compensation Committee Certification H R C C C both from the DeGroote School of Business McMaster University Prior to joining CPhA Perry was the Vice President of Marketing Sales and IT with the Conference Board of Canada He also had business responsibility for the organization s multi million dollar subscription and publications business and its web based distribution channel He was President and CEO of CIBC Trust and an executive for several years in CIBC s Wealth Management Group Perry is a member of the Centre for Chief Marketing Executives and the Canadian Society of Association Executives Margaret Wing Margaret s involvement in pharmacy has been constantly evolving since her graduation from the University of Alberta where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy She has more than 30 years of experience in the industry which has led to her current role as CEO of the Alberta Pharmacists Association RxA During Margaret s tenure as CEO advocating for pharmacists across the province she has provided leadership over many important initiatives that have significantly advanced the practice of pharmacy in Alberta Some of these include pharmacist s engagement in the Alberta Public Health Influenza Immunization Program the Pharmacy Services Framework the Alberta Blue Cross Pharmaceutical Provider Services Agreement and the Memorandum of Understanding between Alberta Health and the Alberta Pharmacists Association Additionally she provides oversight to further achieve RxA s mandate of providing quality professional development through programs to approximately 2000 pharmacists annually Throughout her career Margaret has developed an expansive pharmaceutical background with experience in such roles as pharmacist regional pharmacy manager pharmacy owner Director of Professional Services and CEO with RxA Margaret obtained her MBA from Athabasca University in 2007 She was recognized in 2011 when she was awarded with an Alberta Pharmacy Centennial Award of Distinction and in 1987 receiving the W L Boddy Pharmacy of the Year award Her most recent pharmacy endeavor sent her overseas to Luang Prabang Laos to volunteer for two months at the Lao Friends Hospital for Children pharmacy Karen Wolfe Karen Wolfe is Director Policy at the Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada Over her 30 year career she has been privileged to have held various positions in pharmacy including pharmacy owner and regional operations manager Executive Director of NAPRA and program coordinator and lecturer at the University of British Columbia s Continuing Pharmacy Professional Development for the provincial rollout of the Pharmacy Technician Bridging Program in B C She is the author of the Governance of Pharmacy Practice education module in the Canadian Pharmacy Practice Program at UBC and during her time at UBC wrote the Professional Practice module for the Pharmacy Technician Bridging Program She has served on the boards of the Alberta College of Pharmacists as council member and President the Canadian Council for the Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs and the Ethics Subcommittee of the College of Pharmacists of B C Back to top Directors Community Dr Michael Nashat Dr Michael Nashat joined the Board in 2012 He received his Doctor of Pharmacy from the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Science and completed his Post Doctoral Fellowship in Neuroscience Medical Strategy at Bristol Myers Squibb Rutgers University in New Jersey USA During his tenure he published and authored posters and articles published and presented at reputable medical journals and conferences Aside from practicing in a community setting Michael is the Executive Director for OnPharm Independent Pharmacy Group He is also a former

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  • President's Message - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    pharmacy evolution and innovation In my opinion the need for leadership and innovation in our profession has never been greater Over the last several years pharmacy practice has undergone tremendous change across Canada and at CFP we are proud of our involvement in facilitating this change Our annual events such as the Innovation Gala and the Pharmacy Forum showcasethecapabilities of pharmacy in providing cognitive services The Foundation also promotes leadership through the Pillar of Pharmacy award Past President Award and the Wellspring Leadership Award which provides up and coming professional leaders with funding to strengthen their training and skills We are also proud to publish Pharmacy Management in Canada the first pharmacy management textbook in almost 20 years and what is sure to be a widely used resource by pharmacy students and practitioners As the scope of pharmacy practice has evolved over the past decade governments and third party payers are expecting evidence of improved clinical and economic outcomes before committing to renewing or expanding payments for professional services While there is limited funding for this type of research CFP has played a critical role in providing research opportunities through the Innovation Fund In fact the Foundation has supported a number of ground breaking studies that have demonstrated the value that pharmacists can provide to their patients and the healthcare system through medication management services The work of the Foundation is important and additional revenue is required to build on the momentum for change in the profession That s why we hope to be able to increase the level of support that we receive from individual pharmacists I believe that all pharmacists benefit from the activities that CFP is engaged in and we all have an obligation to give back to the profession I look forward to working with the

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  • History - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    1951 52 Mr Reginald Cary 1952 53 Dr G A Lapointe 1953 54 Dean A Whitney Matthews 1954 55 Lt Col Frederick A Tilson V C 1955 56 Mr Thomas B Horsler 1956 57 Dr F Norman Hughes 1957 58 Dr Paul H Soucy 1958 59 Mr David L Menzies 1959 60 Mr Anson McKim 1959 61 Dr Roger Larose 1961 62 Mr H Charles Peacock 1962 63 Mr Frank C Cleary 1963 64 Mr William Labow 1964 65 Mr J Crawford Gould 1965 66 Col Fred Tilston V C 1966 Dr Wesley C MacAulay 1966 67 Mr John Alexander 1967 68 Mr Larry Haskett 1968 Dr Mervyn J Houston 1969 70 Mr J Edward Rose 1970 71 Mr M R Osbourne 1971 72 Mr D H Burgess 1972 73 Mr Clifford A Rogers 1973 74 Mr G J Odell 1974 75 Dr J R Murray 1975 76 Mr J P Doherty 1976 77 Dr Bernie E Reidel 1977 78 Mr C G Cornell 1978 79 Mr G H Dyer 1979 80 Mr Bill T Keene 1980 81 Mr Frank J Burke 1981 82 Mr Terry A Mailloux 1982 83 Dr Bruce R Schnell 1983 84 Mr Percy Skuy 1984 85 Mr John J Ryan 1985 86 Dr J Gordon Duff 1986 87 Mr Romeo Franceschini 1987 88 Mr G Kingsley Ward 1988 89 Dr Gaston Labrecque 1989 90 Mr Stan Lissack 1990 91 Ms Morna Cook 1991 92 Mr Alfred C Scales 1992 93 Dr Pauline Beaulac 1993 94 Dr Pauline Beaulac 1994 95 Mr Byron G Sarson 1995 96 Dr John McNeill 1996 97 Mr Malcolm Seath 1997 98 Dr Nancy MacDonald 1998 99 Mr Gerald McDole 1999 00 Dr Colin Briggs 2000 01 Mr Barry Phillips 2001 02 Mr Fred Smith 2002 03 Mr Patrick King 2003

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  • Contact us - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    and other news of the Foundation you can submit your information below Have a question Please submit it using the form below or contact us as detailed here Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy 5809 Fieldon Rd Miss ON L5M 5K1 Phone 905 997 3238 Fax 905 997 4264 Mr Dayle Acorn Executive Director dacorn cfpnet ca To ask a question you can submit it using the form below or using the

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  • News - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    grants per year from CFP s Innovation Fund The previous maximum was 50 000 Now more than ever there is a great need for evidence supporting expanded scope of CFP welcomes new board members Margaret Wing Karen Wolfe The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 2016 Board of Directors University of Waterloo s Dr David Edwards takes over the reins from Anne Maheu as this New president reflects on future of CFP Dr David Edwards Director of the School of Pharmacy at the University of Waterloo was appointed president of the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy this year after joining the organization in 2013 Below he shares his thoughts on why the Diabetes pharmacists network Community pharmacists can draw upon experts at Banting Best Diabetes Centre BBDC to better support patients with diabetes particularly those with complex needs Almost 800 pharmacists have joined BBDC s Diabetes Pharmacists Network an CFP textbook required reading JANUARY 2016 Pharmacy Management in Canada is proving to be a useful resource for faculties of pharmacy across the country Produced by the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy seven pharmacy schools have added the all Canadian textbook to their New DDI tools available JANUARY 2016 Research funded by CFP s Innovation Fund continues to evolve to offer practical tools for pharmacists in the area of safety alerts for drug drug interactions DDIs and it s picked up a national award to boot Certina Ho and her Front line look at services in AB JANUARY 2016 Researchers at the University of Alberta are set to spend the next two years exploring how Alberta pharmacists provide patient care services under the province s Pharmacy Services Framework Supported by a grant from the Canadian Thank you OPA JANUARY 2016 The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy thanks the Ontario Pharmacists Association

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  • Publications - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    marketing and quality control An entire section is dedicated to developing implementing and managing clinical pharmacy services The textbook is available in late July 2015 Copies can be purchased for 149 109 for students through the Canadian Pharmacists Association Related links Introducing Pharmacy Management in Canada Pharmacy textbook support keeps on growing Pharmacy textbook a welcome resource More textbook information on FB too The transformation of pharmacy practice is a tremendous opportunity for pharmacists to improve the accessibility of health services drug therapies and patient counselling This textbook represents a great resource for students and practising pharmacists as they continue their journey towards better business better practice and better health Andrew Parkes President Guardian and I D A Drug Stores McKesson Canada 2015 Changing Face of Pharmacy CFP s annual Changing Face of Pharmacy report chronicles community pharmacy s transition from a business model based primarily on drug distribution to one that fully and viably embraces the provision of professional services The 2015 report deepens the dialogue with patients who speak to their willingness to do so much more with pharmacists as they learn to live with chronic diseases or as a convenient provider of preventive services such as immunizations Changing Face of Pharmacy also includes a chart summarizing government sponsored pharmacist services in all provinces with funding and claims data where available For a printable pdf of the chart alone click here I used to think that pharmacists were just sales people but now I understand they are knowledgeable healthcare providers and they can really help by answering questions about interactions and different options These days I know I can talk to my pharmacist about everything Jan Davison a patient with biopolar disorder and member of the steering committee Bloom Program Related articles CFP Pharmacy Forum Patients needs in

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