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  • Publications - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    since 1998 provides timely content written and reviewed by more than 100 experts from across the country With the ever changing scope of practice for pharmacists and the need for maintaining clinical expertise often management issues are not given the same dedicated focus says Editor in Chief Wayne Hindmarsh Dean Emeritus of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy University of Toronto I congratulate the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy for leading this initiative In its 12 sections Pharmacy Management in Canada delves into a wide range of topics from developing a strategic business plan and financial management of your practice to 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

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  • Publications - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    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 their own words CFP Pharmacy Forum Pharmacies respond to patients needs Download Now Related Publications 2014 Changing Face of Pharmacy Download Now 2013 Changing

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  • Publications - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    TEVA to produce a one of a kind report that explored a wide range of stakeholders perceptions of pharmacy The reports draw upon primary market research and the expert opinions of a national advisory board from industry academia and pharmacy The completed reports are Private Payers Perceptions of Pharmacy 2011 The Perceptions of Seniors Baby Boomers and Caregivers 2008 Pharmacy Students and Recent Graduates Perceptions of Pharmacy 2006 Consumers Perceptions

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  • Grants & Awards - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    Pillar of Pharmacy Dinner Innovation Gala Wellspring Leadership Awards Reception Charity Golf Classic Pharmacy Forum Supporting Innovation in Pharmacy for a Healthier Canada Innovation Fund Grant View More Pillar of Pharmacy Award View More Wellspring Leadership Awards View More CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award View More Past President Award View More Rx D Industrial Student Award View More Corporate Recognition Award View More DONATE Events Resources Golf Classic May 31

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  • Grants & Awards - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    has never before been possible The research aims to demonstrate that there is potential for cost savings to the healthcare system when investing in pharmacists to practice to their full potential Related link 2014 article in Changing Face of Pharmacy page 21 Data analysis and progressive practice show worth of medication management Download File Close Pharmacists Manitoba View More Details x Christine Hughes Terri Schindel Rene Breault Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Christine Hughes and her research team are working with the Alberta Pharmacists Association to examine the provision of patient services under the province s Pharmacy Services Framework Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund Winners Close x Sherilyn Houle Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Sherilyn Houle is investigating the clinical effectiveness and patients satisfaction with travel medicine services provided by pharmacists with independent prescribing authority Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Tejal Patel Dr Linda Lee Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Working with a physician in a primary care setting Tejal Patel is examining how pharmacist interventions can reduce polypharmacy and high risk medication use among the frail elderly Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Drs Jeff Taylor and Kerry Mansell Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 The Evaluation of Pharmacist Prescribing for Minor Ailments The Clinical and Economic Value Now that pharmacists in some provinces can prescribe for minor ailments what s the impact on patients health It s a question that researchers in at the University Saskatchewan are keen to answer with a two phase study funded in part by the CFP Phase one in 2012 2013 funded by the provincial government surveyed 125 pharmacy customers who d been prescribed at least one medication for a minor ailment at one of 90 participating pharmacies The study tracked the most common minor ailments treated and captured customers perceptions of pharmacists During phase two in 2015 researchers collected feedback about the process from pharmacists and physicians Preliminary findings are mixed with some resistance from some physicians Related articles Phase one results in International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2015 Changing Face of Pharmacy report page 18 2014 news article Vote of confidence for minor ailments Download File Close x John Papastergiou Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 Assessing need and benefits of home based medication review services for non homebound patients Toronto based community pharmacist John Papastergiou and his research team are assessing the benefits of providing home based medication reviews to non homebound patients Currently Ontario s MedsCheck for Home program reimburses pharmacists only for reviews conducted for homebound patients Findings from previous research however as well as experiences with patients in the pharmacy indicate that that there are medication management issues that are best addressed in the home environment whether or not the patient is homebound for example expired or discontinued medications Senior patients taking five or more chronic medications are being recruited for the 12 month study which reimburses participating pharmacists for their services to patients and for time spent documenting interventions Related article 2015 news article CFP funds study of home based reviews Close x Drs Carlo Marra Larry Lynd Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Pharmacists Innovative Drug Therapy Management Outcomes Resource use and Economics PHInDMORE The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy awarded a grant of 35 000 in support of PhInDMORE a collaboration between Drs Carlo Marra and Larry Lynd from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia and pharmacist John Shaske of Howe Sound Pharmacy Howe Sound is piloting the province s new PharmaNet system and PHInDMORE is reviewing pharmacists interventions and their impacts on patient outcomes both clinical and economic PharmaNet is a central database that allows for capture of real world real time documentation of pharmacist patient encounters to a level of comprehensiveness that has never before been possible The research aims to demonstrate that there is potential for cost savings to the healthcare system when investing in pharmacists to practice to their full potential Related link 2014 article in Changing Face of Pharmacy page 21 Data analysis and progressive practice show worth of medication management Download File Close x Pharmacists Manitoba Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Multi partner smoking cessation project for vulnerable patient group Pharmacists Manitoba partnered with Manitoba Health Healthy Living and Seniors the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada and researchers at the College of Pharmacy University of Manitoba to conduct a pilot project focused on helping low income patient quit smoking We successfully reached out and worked with a very hard to reach population Pharmacists proved that they are a key access point to a majority of the population much more so than other healthcare providers says Dr Brenna Shearer Chief Executive Officer of Pharmacists Manitoba In addition to 25 000 in funding from the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund this project was made possible through a matching grant from Pfizer Canada Related link 2015 news article MB smoking cessation helps vulnerable group Close 2012 Certina Ho ISMP Canada View More Details x Christine Hughes Terri Schindel Rene Breault Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Christine Hughes and her research team are working with the Alberta Pharmacists Association to examine the provision of patient services under the province s Pharmacy Services Framework Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund Winners Close x Sherilyn Houle Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Sherilyn Houle is investigating the clinical effectiveness and patients satisfaction with travel medicine services provided by pharmacists with independent prescribing authority Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Tejal Patel Dr Linda Lee Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Working with a physician in a primary care setting Tejal Patel is examining how pharmacist interventions can reduce polypharmacy and high risk medication use among the frail elderly Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Drs Jeff Taylor and Kerry Mansell Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 The Evaluation of Pharmacist Prescribing for Minor Ailments The Clinical and Economic Value Now that pharmacists in some provinces can prescribe for minor ailments what s the impact on patients health It s a question that researchers in at the University Saskatchewan are keen to answer with a two phase study funded in part by the CFP Phase one in 2012 2013 funded by the provincial government surveyed 125 pharmacy customers who d been prescribed at least one medication for a minor ailment at one of 90 participating pharmacies The study tracked the most common minor ailments treated and captured customers perceptions of pharmacists During phase two in 2015 researchers collected feedback about the process from pharmacists and physicians Preliminary findings are mixed with some resistance from some physicians Related articles Phase one results in International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2015 Changing Face of Pharmacy report page 18 2014 news article Vote of confidence for minor ailments Download File Close x John Papastergiou Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 Assessing need and benefits of home based medication review services for non homebound patients Toronto based community pharmacist John Papastergiou and his research team are assessing the benefits of providing home based medication reviews to non homebound patients Currently Ontario s MedsCheck for Home program reimburses pharmacists only for reviews conducted for homebound patients Findings from previous research however as well as experiences with patients in the pharmacy indicate that that there are medication management issues that are best addressed in the home environment whether or not the patient is homebound for example expired or discontinued medications Senior patients taking five or more chronic medications are being recruited for the 12 month study which reimburses participating pharmacists for their services to patients and for time spent documenting interventions Related article 2015 news article CFP funds study of home based reviews Close x Drs Carlo Marra Larry Lynd Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Pharmacists Innovative Drug Therapy Management Outcomes Resource use and Economics PHInDMORE The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy awarded a grant of 35 000 in support of PhInDMORE a collaboration between Drs Carlo Marra and Larry Lynd from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia and pharmacist John Shaske of Howe Sound Pharmacy Howe Sound is piloting the province s new PharmaNet system and PHInDMORE is reviewing pharmacists interventions and their impacts on patient outcomes both clinical and economic PharmaNet is a central database that allows for capture of real world real time documentation of pharmacist patient encounters to a level of comprehensiveness that has never before been possible The research aims to demonstrate that there is potential for cost savings to the healthcare system when investing in pharmacists to practice to their full potential Related link 2014 article in Changing Face of Pharmacy page 21 Data analysis and progressive practice show worth of medication management Download File Close x Pharmacists Manitoba Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Multi partner smoking cessation project for vulnerable patient group Pharmacists Manitoba partnered with Manitoba Health Healthy Living and Seniors the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada and researchers at the College of Pharmacy University of Manitoba to conduct a pilot project focused on helping low income patient quit smoking We successfully reached out and worked with a very hard to reach population Pharmacists proved that they are a key access point to a majority of the population much more so than other healthcare providers says Dr Brenna Shearer Chief Executive Officer of Pharmacists Manitoba In addition to 25 000 in funding from the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund this project was made possible through a matching grant from Pfizer Canada Related link 2015 news article MB smoking cessation helps vulnerable group Close x Certina Ho Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2012 Safety Alerts as Drivers for Pharmaceutical Opinion Program A Pilot Study to Reduce Potential Hospitalizations due to Preventable Drug Drug Interactions The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund Grant of 50 000 supports a research project under the guidance of Principal Investigator Certina Ho ISMP Canada and School of Pharmacy University of Waterloo to analyze and support the role of pharmacist to prevent medication errors while generating new revenue streams via Ontario s funded Pharmaceutical Opinions program Related link 2015 article in Pharmacy Practice Plus Safety alerts a win for patients pharmacists government Download File Close Lisa McCarthy View More Details x Christine Hughes Terri Schindel Rene Breault Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Christine Hughes and her research team are working with the Alberta Pharmacists Association to examine the provision of patient services under the province s Pharmacy Services Framework Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund Winners Close x Sherilyn Houle Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Sherilyn Houle is investigating the clinical effectiveness and patients satisfaction with travel medicine services provided by pharmacists with independent prescribing authority Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Tejal Patel Dr Linda Lee Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Working with a physician in a primary care setting Tejal Patel is examining how pharmacist interventions can reduce polypharmacy and high risk medication use among the frail elderly Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Drs Jeff Taylor and Kerry Mansell Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 The Evaluation of Pharmacist Prescribing for Minor Ailments The Clinical and Economic Value Now that pharmacists in some provinces can prescribe for minor ailments what s the impact on patients health It s a question that researchers in at the University Saskatchewan are keen to answer with a two phase study funded in part by the CFP Phase one in 2012 2013 funded by the provincial government surveyed 125 pharmacy customers who d been prescribed at least one medication for a minor ailment at one of 90 participating pharmacies The study tracked the most common minor ailments treated and captured customers perceptions of pharmacists During phase two in 2015 researchers collected feedback about the process from pharmacists and physicians Preliminary findings are mixed with some resistance from some physicians Related articles Phase one results in International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2015 Changing Face of Pharmacy report page 18 2014 news article Vote of confidence for minor ailments Download File Close x John Papastergiou Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 Assessing need and benefits of home based medication review services for non homebound patients Toronto based community pharmacist John Papastergiou and his research team are assessing the benefits of providing home based medication reviews to non homebound patients Currently Ontario s MedsCheck for Home program reimburses pharmacists only for reviews conducted for homebound patients Findings from previous research however as well as experiences with patients in the pharmacy indicate that that there are medication management issues that are best addressed in the home environment whether or not the patient is homebound for example expired or discontinued medications Senior patients taking five or more chronic medications are being recruited for the 12 month study which reimburses participating pharmacists for their services to patients and for time spent documenting interventions Related article 2015 news article CFP funds study of home based reviews Close x Drs Carlo Marra Larry Lynd Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Pharmacists Innovative Drug Therapy Management Outcomes Resource use and Economics PHInDMORE The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy awarded a grant of 35 000 in support of PhInDMORE a collaboration between Drs Carlo Marra and Larry Lynd from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia and pharmacist John Shaske of Howe Sound Pharmacy Howe Sound is piloting the province s new PharmaNet system and PHInDMORE is reviewing pharmacists interventions and their impacts on patient outcomes both clinical and economic PharmaNet is a central database that allows for capture of real world real time documentation of pharmacist patient encounters to a level of comprehensiveness that has never before been possible The research aims to demonstrate that there is potential for cost savings to the healthcare system when investing in pharmacists to practice to their full potential Related link 2014 article in Changing Face of Pharmacy page 21 Data analysis and progressive practice show worth of medication management Download File Close x Pharmacists Manitoba Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Multi partner smoking cessation project for vulnerable patient group Pharmacists Manitoba partnered with Manitoba Health Healthy Living and Seniors the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada and researchers at the College of Pharmacy University of Manitoba to conduct a pilot project focused on helping low income patient quit smoking We successfully reached out and worked with a very hard to reach population Pharmacists proved that they are a key access point to a majority of the population much more so than other healthcare providers says Dr Brenna Shearer Chief Executive Officer of Pharmacists Manitoba In addition to 25 000 in funding from the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund this project was made possible through a matching grant from Pfizer Canada Related link 2015 news article MB smoking cessation helps vulnerable group Close x Certina Ho Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2012 Safety Alerts as Drivers for Pharmaceutical Opinion Program A Pilot Study to Reduce Potential Hospitalizations due to Preventable Drug Drug Interactions The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund Grant of 50 000 supports a research project under the guidance of Principal Investigator Certina Ho ISMP Canada and School of Pharmacy University of Waterloo to analyze and support the role of pharmacist to prevent medication errors while generating new revenue streams via Ontario s funded Pharmaceutical Opinions program Related link 2015 article in Pharmacy Practice Plus Safety alerts a win for patients pharmacists government Download File Close x Lisa McCarthy Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2012 Pharmacists Personalized Medicine Experts in Primary Care Led by Lisa McCarthy PharmD MSc Women s College Hospital WCH and Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy University of Toronto this multi phase project will equip primary care pharmacists with the knowledge and skills required to take a lead role as personalized medicine experts in our health system and evaluate the impact on patients health outcomes Close 2011 Ontario Pharmacists Association Green Shield Canada View More Details x Christine Hughes Terri Schindel Rene Breault Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Christine Hughes and her research team are working with the Alberta Pharmacists Association to examine the provision of patient services under the province s Pharmacy Services Framework Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund Winners Close x Sherilyn Houle Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Sherilyn Houle is investigating the clinical effectiveness and patients satisfaction with travel medicine services provided by pharmacists with independent prescribing authority Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Tejal Patel Dr Linda Lee Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Working with a physician in a primary care setting Tejal Patel is examining how pharmacist interventions can reduce polypharmacy and high risk medication use among the frail elderly Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Drs Jeff Taylor and Kerry Mansell Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 The Evaluation of Pharmacist Prescribing for Minor Ailments The Clinical and Economic Value Now that pharmacists in some provinces can prescribe for minor ailments what s the impact on patients health It s a question that researchers in at the University Saskatchewan are keen to answer with a two phase study funded in part by the CFP Phase one in 2012 2013 funded by the provincial government surveyed 125 pharmacy customers who d been prescribed at least one medication for a minor ailment at one of 90 participating pharmacies The study tracked the most common minor ailments treated and captured customers perceptions of pharmacists During phase two in 2015 researchers collected feedback about the process from pharmacists and physicians Preliminary findings are mixed with some resistance from some physicians Related articles Phase one results in International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2015 Changing Face of Pharmacy report page 18 2014 news article Vote of confidence for minor ailments Download File Close x John Papastergiou Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 Assessing need and benefits of home based medication review services for non homebound patients Toronto based community pharmacist John Papastergiou and his research team are assessing the benefits of providing home based medication reviews to non homebound patients Currently Ontario s MedsCheck for Home program reimburses pharmacists only for reviews conducted for homebound patients Findings from previous research however as well as experiences with patients in the pharmacy indicate that that there are medication management issues that are best addressed in the home environment whether or not the patient is homebound for example expired or discontinued medications Senior patients taking five or more chronic medications are being recruited for the 12 month study which reimburses participating pharmacists for their services to patients and for time spent documenting interventions Related article 2015 news article CFP funds study of home based reviews Close x Drs Carlo Marra Larry Lynd Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Pharmacists Innovative Drug Therapy Management Outcomes Resource use and Economics PHInDMORE The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy awarded a grant of 35 000 in support of PhInDMORE a collaboration between Drs Carlo Marra and Larry Lynd from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia and pharmacist John Shaske of Howe Sound Pharmacy Howe Sound is piloting the province s new PharmaNet system and PHInDMORE is reviewing pharmacists interventions and their impacts on patient outcomes both clinical and economic PharmaNet is a central database that allows for capture of real world real time documentation of pharmacist patient encounters to a level of comprehensiveness that has never before been possible The research aims to demonstrate that there is potential for cost savings to the healthcare system when investing in pharmacists to practice to their full potential Related link 2014 article in Changing Face of Pharmacy page 21 Data analysis and progressive practice show worth of medication management Download File Close x Pharmacists Manitoba Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Multi partner smoking cessation project for vulnerable patient group Pharmacists Manitoba partnered with Manitoba Health Healthy Living and Seniors the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada and researchers at the College of Pharmacy University of Manitoba to conduct a pilot project focused on helping low income patient quit smoking We successfully reached out and worked with a very hard to reach population Pharmacists proved that they are a key access point to a majority of the population much more so than other healthcare providers says Dr Brenna Shearer Chief Executive Officer of Pharmacists Manitoba In addition to 25 000 in funding from the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund this project was made possible through a matching grant from Pfizer Canada Related link 2015 news article MB smoking cessation helps vulnerable group Close x Certina Ho Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2012 Safety Alerts as Drivers for Pharmaceutical Opinion Program A Pilot Study to Reduce Potential Hospitalizations due to Preventable Drug Drug Interactions The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund Grant of 50 000 supports a research project under the guidance of Principal Investigator Certina Ho ISMP Canada and School of Pharmacy University of Waterloo to analyze and support the role of pharmacist to prevent medication errors while generating new revenue streams via Ontario s funded Pharmaceutical Opinions program Related link 2015 article in Pharmacy Practice Plus Safety alerts a win for patients pharmacists government Download File Close x Lisa McCarthy Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2012 Pharmacists Personalized Medicine Experts in Primary Care Led by Lisa McCarthy PharmD MSc Women s College Hospital WCH and Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy University of Toronto this multi phase project will equip primary care pharmacists with the knowledge and skills required to take a lead role as personalized medicine experts in our health system and evaluate the impact on patients health outcomes Close x Ontario Pharmacists Association Green Shield Canada Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2011 Impact of Community Pharmacist Interventions in Hypertension Management in Patient Outcomes A Randomized Control Trial Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s 50 000 grant from its Innovation Fund supported ground breaking research on the impact of regularly scheduled pharmacists interventions with patients with uncontrolled hypertension in the working population Pharmacists not only significantly helped improve blood pressure control but were recognized as effective sources of support for changes in lifestyle behaviours Green Shield Canada has since launched a pharmacists coaching program for cardiovascular health available as a core benefit for its clients with drug plans Related links 2015 news article Insurer invests in CV coaching 2014 news article Green Shield OPA results promising for pharmacists 2014 final project report Ontario Pharmacists Association Green Shield Canada Download File Close 2010 Neil McKinnon Dalhousie University View More Details x Christine Hughes Terri Schindel Rene Breault Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Christine Hughes and her research team are working with the Alberta Pharmacists Association to examine the provision of patient services under the province s Pharmacy Services Framework Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund Winners Close x Sherilyn Houle Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Sherilyn Houle is investigating the clinical effectiveness and patients satisfaction with travel medicine services provided by pharmacists with independent prescribing authority Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Tejal Patel Dr Linda Lee Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Working with a physician in a primary care setting Tejal Patel is examining how pharmacist interventions can reduce polypharmacy and high risk medication use among the frail elderly Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Drs Jeff Taylor and Kerry Mansell Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 The Evaluation of Pharmacist Prescribing for Minor Ailments The Clinical and Economic Value Now that pharmacists in some provinces can prescribe for minor ailments what s the impact on patients health It s a question that researchers in at the University Saskatchewan are keen to answer with a two phase study funded in part by the CFP Phase one in 2012 2013 funded by the provincial government surveyed 125 pharmacy customers who d been prescribed at least one medication for a minor ailment at one of 90 participating pharmacies The study tracked the most common minor ailments treated and captured customers perceptions of pharmacists During phase two in 2015 researchers collected feedback about the process from pharmacists and physicians Preliminary findings are mixed with some resistance from some physicians Related articles Phase one results in International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2015 Changing Face of Pharmacy report page 18 2014 news article Vote of confidence for minor ailments Download File Close x John Papastergiou Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 Assessing need and benefits of home based medication review services for non homebound patients Toronto based community pharmacist John Papastergiou and his research team are assessing the benefits of providing home based medication reviews to non homebound patients Currently Ontario s MedsCheck for Home program reimburses pharmacists only for reviews conducted for homebound patients Findings from previous research however as well as experiences with patients in the pharmacy indicate that that there are medication management issues that are best addressed in the home environment whether or not the patient is homebound for example expired or discontinued medications Senior patients taking five or more chronic medications are being recruited for the 12 month study which reimburses participating pharmacists for their services to patients and for time spent documenting interventions Related article 2015 news article CFP funds study of home based reviews Close x Drs Carlo Marra Larry Lynd Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Pharmacists Innovative Drug Therapy Management Outcomes Resource use and Economics PHInDMORE The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy awarded a grant of 35 000 in support of PhInDMORE a collaboration between Drs Carlo Marra and Larry Lynd from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia and pharmacist John Shaske of Howe Sound Pharmacy Howe Sound is piloting the province s new PharmaNet system and PHInDMORE is reviewing pharmacists interventions and their impacts on patient outcomes both clinical and economic PharmaNet is a central database that allows for capture of real world real time documentation of pharmacist patient encounters to a level of comprehensiveness that has never before been possible The research aims to demonstrate that there is potential for cost savings to the healthcare system when investing in pharmacists to practice to their full potential Related link 2014 article in Changing Face of Pharmacy page 21 Data analysis and progressive practice show worth of medication management Download File Close x Pharmacists Manitoba Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Multi partner smoking cessation project for vulnerable patient group Pharmacists Manitoba partnered with Manitoba Health Healthy Living and Seniors the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada and researchers at the College of Pharmacy University of Manitoba to conduct a pilot project focused on helping low income patient quit smoking We successfully reached out and worked with a very hard to reach population Pharmacists proved that they are a key access point to a majority of the population much more so than other healthcare providers says Dr Brenna Shearer Chief Executive Officer of Pharmacists Manitoba In addition to 25 000 in funding from the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund this project was made possible through a matching grant from Pfizer Canada Related link 2015 news article MB smoking cessation helps vulnerable group Close x Certina Ho Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2012 Safety Alerts as Drivers for Pharmaceutical Opinion Program A Pilot Study to Reduce Potential Hospitalizations due to Preventable Drug Drug Interactions The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund Grant of 50 000 supports a research project under the guidance of Principal Investigator Certina Ho ISMP Canada and School of Pharmacy University of Waterloo to analyze and support the role of pharmacist to prevent medication errors while generating new revenue streams via Ontario s funded Pharmaceutical Opinions program Related link 2015 article in Pharmacy Practice Plus Safety alerts a win for patients pharmacists government Download File Close x Lisa McCarthy Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2012 Pharmacists Personalized Medicine Experts in Primary Care Led by Lisa McCarthy PharmD MSc Women s College Hospital WCH and Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy University of Toronto this multi phase project will equip primary care pharmacists with the knowledge and skills required to take a lead role as personalized medicine experts in our health system and evaluate the impact on patients health outcomes Close x Ontario Pharmacists Association Green Shield Canada Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2011 Impact of Community Pharmacist Interventions in Hypertension Management in Patient Outcomes A Randomized Control Trial Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s 50 000 grant from its Innovation Fund supported ground breaking research on the impact of regularly scheduled pharmacists interventions with patients with uncontrolled hypertension in the working population Pharmacists not only significantly helped improve blood pressure control but were recognized as effective sources of support for changes in lifestyle behaviours Green Shield Canada has since launched a pharmacists coaching program for cardiovascular health available as a core benefit for its clients with drug plans Related links 2015 news article Insurer invests in CV coaching 2014 news article Green Shield OPA results promising for pharmacists 2014 final project report Ontario Pharmacists Association Green Shield Canada Download File Close x Neil McKinnon Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2010 SafetyNET Rx Development and Testing of Evaluation Guides Neil McKinnon and his research team at Dalhousie University received 48 000 from the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund to support SafetyNET Rx a standardized community pharmacy quality improvement program Pharmacists and pharmacy assistants and technicians learn to identify and categorize specific medication errors and near misses errors intercepted before a patient receives a prescription then anonymously submit each error to a national database for subsequent analysis so pharmacy may implement practice changes to help prevent such errors from occurring again Related links 2014 news article SK adopts SafetyNET Rx for quality assurance 2010 news article CFP announces 2010 Innovation Fund Grant winner Close 2009 Dr Lisa Guirguis University of Alberta View More Details x Christine Hughes Terri Schindel Rene Breault Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Christine Hughes and her research team are working with the Alberta Pharmacists Association to examine the provision of patient services under the province s Pharmacy Services Framework Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund Winners Close x Sherilyn Houle Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Sherilyn Houle is investigating the clinical effectiveness and patients satisfaction with travel medicine services provided by pharmacists with independent prescribing authority Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Tejal Patel Dr Linda Lee Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2015 Working with a physician in a primary care setting Tejal Patel is examining how pharmacist interventions can reduce polypharmacy and high risk medication use among the frail elderly Related link 2015 news article CFP s Innovation Fund winners Close x Drs Jeff Taylor and Kerry Mansell Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 The Evaluation of Pharmacist Prescribing for Minor Ailments The Clinical and Economic Value Now that pharmacists in some provinces can prescribe for minor ailments what s the impact on patients health It s a question that researchers in at the University Saskatchewan are keen to answer with a two phase study funded in part by the CFP Phase one in 2012 2013 funded by the provincial government surveyed 125 pharmacy customers who d been prescribed at least one medication for a minor ailment at one of 90 participating pharmacies The study tracked the most common minor ailments treated and captured customers perceptions of pharmacists During phase two in 2015 researchers collected feedback about the process from pharmacists and physicians Preliminary findings are mixed with some resistance from some physicians Related articles Phase one results in International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2015 Changing Face of Pharmacy report page 18 2014 news article Vote of confidence for minor ailments Download File Close x John Papastergiou Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2014 Assessing need and benefits of home based medication review services for non homebound patients Toronto based community pharmacist John Papastergiou and his research team are assessing the benefits of providing home based medication reviews to non homebound patients Currently Ontario s MedsCheck for Home program reimburses pharmacists only for reviews conducted for homebound patients Findings from previous research however as well as experiences with patients in the pharmacy indicate that that there are medication management issues that are best addressed in the home environment whether or not the patient is homebound for example expired or discontinued medications Senior patients taking five or more chronic medications are being recruited for the 12 month study which reimburses participating pharmacists for their services to patients and for time spent documenting interventions Related article 2015 news article CFP funds study of home based reviews Close x Drs Carlo Marra Larry Lynd Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Pharmacists Innovative Drug Therapy Management Outcomes Resource use and Economics PHInDMORE The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy awarded a grant of 35 000 in support of PhInDMORE a collaboration between Drs Carlo Marra and Larry Lynd from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia and pharmacist John Shaske of Howe Sound Pharmacy Howe Sound is piloting the province s new PharmaNet system and PHInDMORE is reviewing pharmacists interventions and their impacts on patient outcomes both clinical and economic PharmaNet is a central database that allows for capture of real world real time documentation of pharmacist patient encounters to a level of comprehensiveness that has never before been possible The research aims to demonstrate that there is potential for cost savings to the healthcare system when investing in pharmacists to practice to their full potential Related link 2014 article in Changing Face of Pharmacy page 21 Data analysis and progressive practice show worth of medication management Download File Close x Pharmacists Manitoba Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2013 Multi partner smoking cessation project for vulnerable patient group Pharmacists Manitoba partnered with Manitoba Health Healthy Living and Seniors the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada and researchers at the College of Pharmacy University of Manitoba to conduct a pilot project focused on helping low income patient quit smoking We successfully reached out and worked with a very hard to reach population Pharmacists proved that they are a key access point to a majority of the population much more so than other healthcare providers says Dr Brenna Shearer Chief Executive Officer of Pharmacists Manitoba In addition to 25 000 in funding from the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund this project was made possible through a matching grant from Pfizer Canada Related link 2015 news article MB smoking cessation helps vulnerable group Close x Certina Ho Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2012 Safety Alerts as Drivers for Pharmaceutical Opinion Program A Pilot Study to Reduce Potential Hospitalizations due to Preventable Drug Drug Interactions The Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy s Innovation Fund Grant of 50 000 supports a research project under the guidance of Principal Investigator Certina Ho ISMP Canada and School of Pharmacy University of Waterloo to analyze and support the role of pharmacist to prevent medication errors while generating new revenue streams via Ontario s funded Pharmaceutical Opinions program Related link 2015 article in Pharmacy Practice Plus Safety alerts a win for patients pharmacists government Download File Close x Lisa McCarthy Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2012 Pharmacists Personalized Medicine Experts in Primary Care Led by Lisa McCarthy PharmD MSc Women s College Hospital WCH and Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy University of Toronto this multi phase project will equip primary care pharmacists with the knowledge and skills required to take a lead role as personalized medicine experts in our health system and evaluate the impact on patients health outcomes Close x Ontario Pharmacists Association Green Shield Canada Innovation Fund Grant Recipient 2011

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    Regulators Download File Close x Dr Murray Brown Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Dr Murray Brown has spent more than 30 years dedicated to the Canadian pharmaceutical industry through various roles in academia professional associations and industry Most recently as Vice President Scientific Affairs of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Murray was responsible for directing a team of professionals that oversaw the company s Quality Assurance Regulatory and Medical Affairs Clinical Research and Medical Information capabilities Download File Close x Bev Allen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2010 Since graduating from the College of Pharmacy University of Saskatchewan in 1973 Bev Allen has been involved in almost every aspect of pharmacy practice Initially gaining experience in the backbone of pharmacy Bev owned and operated a community pharmacy for the first 15 years of his career During this period he also began his now continuous involvement with pharmacy students by participating in the preceptor program and his desire to serve pharmacy through the profession s decision making bodies He holds the position of Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Coordinator of the Structured Practice Experiences Program SPEP at the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition University of Saskatchewan since 1994 and 2000 respectively Download File Close x Dr Wayne Hindmarsh Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2009 For more than 40 years Dr Wayne Hindmarsh has been guiding the development of pharmacy students across the country As Dean of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto for more than 11 years Hindmarsh oversaw the significant transformation of Canada s largest faculty of pharmacy Download File Close x Aubrey Browne Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2008 When named the 2008 recipient of the Pillar of Pharmacy Award Aubrey Browne had served the profession of pharmacy for more than four decades His untiring advocacy has earned him numerous recognitions within the profession as well as in the political arena for example he served as a healthcare advisor to two prime ministers Download File Close 2007 Ray Joubert View More Details x Darcy Stann Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2015 In addition to providing business consulting services for a wide range of clients Darcy plays an active role in negotiating changes to pharmacy reimbursement systems with three provincial governments and the Federal Health Partnership Darcy was a lead advisor to RxA during recent negotiations with Alberta Health and Alberta Blue Cross resulting in a landmark agreement that will further expand the Compensation Plan for pharmacy services Prior to starting his own consulting business Darcy spent 16 years working in regulatory affairs and facilitating the development of unique service offerings in Safeway Pharmacies Related link 2015 news article A pillar of the community Close x Dr Jake Thiessen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2014 In addition to 33 years as a member of the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto pharmacist Dr Jake Thiessen was instrumental in spearheading the creation of the first co op pharmacy program in Canada at the University of Waterloo Related link 2014 news article Spotlight on Jake Thiessen Close x Murray Koffler Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2013 Murray Koffler has contributed his time and funding to support pharmacy business education scientific and medical research the arts the prevention of drug abuse and business programs for Aboriginal Canadians The federal government named Koffler to the Order of Canada in 1977 and promoted him to Officer of Canada in 1996 He graduated with a Phm B degree from the University of Toronto in 1946 Related links 2013 news article Murray Koffler receives CFP s Pillar of Pharmacy Download File Close x Don Rowe Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Donald s vast resume exemplifies his ongoing commitment to the profession which began in 1976 when he began practicing pharmacy In addition to roles in community and hospital settings he has served as Secretary Registrar of the Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board NLPB since 1994 He has been involved in pharmacy affairs on the national level through membership on the Community Pharmacy Affairs Committee of the Canadian Pharmacists Association and the CFP He is a member of the Council of Pharmacy Registrars of Canada and the Board of Directors of the National Association of Pharmacy Regulators Download File Close x Dr Murray Brown Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Dr Murray Brown has spent more than 30 years dedicated to the Canadian pharmaceutical industry through various roles in academia professional associations and industry Most recently as Vice President Scientific Affairs of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Murray was responsible for directing a team of professionals that oversaw the company s Quality Assurance Regulatory and Medical Affairs Clinical Research and Medical Information capabilities Download File Close x Bev Allen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2010 Since graduating from the College of Pharmacy University of Saskatchewan in 1973 Bev Allen has been involved in almost every aspect of pharmacy practice Initially gaining experience in the backbone of pharmacy Bev owned and operated a community pharmacy for the first 15 years of his career During this period he also began his now continuous involvement with pharmacy students by participating in the preceptor program and his desire to serve pharmacy through the profession s decision making bodies He holds the position of Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Coordinator of the Structured Practice Experiences Program SPEP at the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition University of Saskatchewan since 1994 and 2000 respectively Download File Close x Dr Wayne Hindmarsh Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2009 For more than 40 years Dr Wayne Hindmarsh has been guiding the development of pharmacy students across the country As Dean of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto for more than 11 years Hindmarsh oversaw the significant transformation of Canada s largest faculty of pharmacy Download File Close x Aubrey Browne Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2008 When named the 2008 recipient of the Pillar of Pharmacy Award Aubrey Browne had served the profession of pharmacy for more than four decades His untiring advocacy has earned him numerous recognitions within the profession as well as in the political arena for example he served as a healthcare advisor to two prime ministers Download File Close x Ray Joubert Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2007 Ray Joubert has defined the role of Registrar Treasurer with the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacists through his kindness generosity of spirit and integrity these traits have also won him friends from coast to coast to coast He has nobly served the pharmacy profession through his participation as a director chair and member of provincial and national organizations within the profession he has also lent his experience and knowledge of regulatory affairs to other health professions And since 1985 he has helped influence and shape the career success of future generations of pharmacists at the University of Saskatchewan As guest lecturer he shares his extensive knowledge and experience always challenges the students with his unique brand of ethical legal and moral questions Download File Close 2006 Dr Leslie Dan x Darcy Stann Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2015 In addition to providing business consulting services for a wide range of clients Darcy plays an active role in negotiating changes to pharmacy reimbursement systems with three provincial governments and the Federal Health Partnership Darcy was a lead advisor to RxA during recent negotiations with Alberta Health and Alberta Blue Cross resulting in a landmark agreement that will further expand the Compensation Plan for pharmacy services Prior to starting his own consulting business Darcy spent 16 years working in regulatory affairs and facilitating the development of unique service offerings in Safeway Pharmacies Related link 2015 news article A pillar of the community Close x Dr Jake Thiessen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2014 In addition to 33 years as a member of the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto pharmacist Dr Jake Thiessen was instrumental in spearheading the creation of the first co op pharmacy program in Canada at the University of Waterloo Related link 2014 news article Spotlight on Jake Thiessen Close x Murray Koffler Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2013 Murray Koffler has contributed his time and funding to support pharmacy business education scientific and medical research the arts the prevention of drug abuse and business programs for Aboriginal Canadians The federal government named Koffler to the Order of Canada in 1977 and promoted him to Officer of Canada in 1996 He graduated with a Phm B degree from the University of Toronto in 1946 Related links 2013 news article Murray Koffler receives CFP s Pillar of Pharmacy Download File Close x Don Rowe Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Donald s vast resume exemplifies his ongoing commitment to the profession which began in 1976 when he began practicing pharmacy In addition to roles in community and hospital settings he has served as Secretary Registrar of the Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board NLPB since 1994 He has been involved in pharmacy affairs on the national level through membership on the Community Pharmacy Affairs Committee of the Canadian Pharmacists Association and the CFP He is a member of the Council of Pharmacy Registrars of Canada and the Board of Directors of the National Association of Pharmacy Regulators Download File Close x Dr Murray Brown Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Dr Murray Brown has spent more than 30 years dedicated to the Canadian pharmaceutical industry through various roles in academia professional associations and industry Most recently as Vice President Scientific Affairs of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Murray was responsible for directing a team of professionals that oversaw the company s Quality Assurance Regulatory and Medical Affairs Clinical Research and Medical Information capabilities Download File Close x Bev Allen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2010 Since graduating from the College of Pharmacy University of Saskatchewan in 1973 Bev Allen has been involved in almost every aspect of pharmacy practice Initially gaining experience in the backbone of pharmacy Bev owned and operated a community pharmacy for the first 15 years of his career During this period he also began his now continuous involvement with pharmacy students by participating in the preceptor program and his desire to serve pharmacy through the profession s decision making bodies He holds the position of Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Coordinator of the Structured Practice Experiences Program SPEP at the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition University of Saskatchewan since 1994 and 2000 respectively Download File Close x Dr Wayne Hindmarsh Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2009 For more than 40 years Dr Wayne Hindmarsh has been guiding the development of pharmacy students across the country As Dean of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto for more than 11 years Hindmarsh oversaw the significant transformation of Canada s largest faculty of pharmacy Download File Close x Aubrey Browne Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2008 When named the 2008 recipient of the Pillar of Pharmacy Award Aubrey Browne had served the profession of pharmacy for more than four decades His untiring advocacy has earned him numerous recognitions within the profession as well as in the political arena for example he served as a healthcare advisor to two prime ministers Download File Close x Ray Joubert Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2007 Ray Joubert has defined the role of Registrar Treasurer with the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacists through his kindness generosity of spirit and integrity these traits have also won him friends from coast to coast to coast He has nobly served the pharmacy profession through his participation as a director chair and member of provincial and national organizations within the profession he has also lent his experience and knowledge of regulatory affairs to other health professions And since 1985 he has helped influence and shape the career success of future generations of pharmacists at the University of Saskatchewan As guest lecturer he shares his extensive knowledge and experience always challenges the students with his unique brand of ethical legal and moral questions Download File Close 2005 Linda Lytle x Darcy Stann Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2015 In addition to providing business consulting services for a wide range of clients Darcy plays an active role in negotiating changes to pharmacy reimbursement systems with three provincial governments and the Federal Health Partnership Darcy was a lead advisor to RxA during recent negotiations with Alberta Health and Alberta Blue Cross resulting in a landmark agreement that will further expand the Compensation Plan for pharmacy services Prior to starting his own consulting business Darcy spent 16 years working in regulatory affairs and facilitating the development of unique service offerings in Safeway Pharmacies Related link 2015 news article A pillar of the community Close x Dr Jake Thiessen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2014 In addition to 33 years as a member of the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto pharmacist Dr Jake Thiessen was instrumental in spearheading the creation of the first co op pharmacy program in Canada at the University of Waterloo Related link 2014 news article Spotlight on Jake Thiessen Close x Murray Koffler Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2013 Murray Koffler has contributed his time and funding to support pharmacy business education scientific and medical research the arts the prevention of drug abuse and business programs for Aboriginal Canadians The federal government named Koffler to the Order of Canada in 1977 and promoted him to Officer of Canada in 1996 He graduated with a Phm B degree from the University of Toronto in 1946 Related links 2013 news article Murray Koffler receives CFP s Pillar of Pharmacy Download File Close x Don Rowe Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Donald s vast resume exemplifies his ongoing commitment to the profession which began in 1976 when he began practicing pharmacy In addition to roles in community and hospital settings he has served as Secretary Registrar of the Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board NLPB since 1994 He has been involved in pharmacy affairs on the national level through membership on the Community Pharmacy Affairs Committee of the Canadian Pharmacists Association and the CFP He is a member of the Council of Pharmacy Registrars of Canada and the Board of Directors of the National Association of Pharmacy Regulators Download File Close x Dr Murray Brown Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Dr Murray Brown has spent more than 30 years dedicated to the Canadian pharmaceutical industry through various roles in academia professional associations and industry Most recently as Vice President Scientific Affairs of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Murray was responsible for directing a team of professionals that oversaw the company s Quality Assurance Regulatory and Medical Affairs Clinical Research and Medical Information capabilities Download File Close x Bev Allen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2010 Since graduating from the College of Pharmacy University of Saskatchewan in 1973 Bev Allen has been involved in almost every aspect of pharmacy practice Initially gaining experience in the backbone of pharmacy Bev owned and operated a community pharmacy for the first 15 years of his career During this period he also began his now continuous involvement with pharmacy students by participating in the preceptor program and his desire to serve pharmacy through the profession s decision making bodies He holds the position of Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Coordinator of the Structured Practice Experiences Program SPEP at the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition University of Saskatchewan since 1994 and 2000 respectively Download File Close x Dr Wayne Hindmarsh Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2009 For more than 40 years Dr Wayne Hindmarsh has been guiding the development of pharmacy students across the country As Dean of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto for more than 11 years Hindmarsh oversaw the significant transformation of Canada s largest faculty of pharmacy Download File Close x Aubrey Browne Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2008 When named the 2008 recipient of the Pillar of Pharmacy Award Aubrey Browne had served the profession of pharmacy for more than four decades His untiring advocacy has earned him numerous recognitions within the profession as well as in the political arena for example he served as a healthcare advisor to two prime ministers Download File Close x Ray Joubert Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2007 Ray Joubert has defined the role of Registrar Treasurer with the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacists through his kindness generosity of spirit and integrity these traits have also won him friends from coast to coast to coast He has nobly served the pharmacy profession through his participation as a director chair and member of provincial and national organizations within the profession he has also lent his experience and knowledge of regulatory affairs to other health professions And since 1985 he has helped influence and shape the career success of future generations of pharmacists at the University of Saskatchewan As guest lecturer he shares his extensive knowledge and experience always challenges the students with his unique brand of ethical legal and moral questions Download File Close Pat King x Darcy Stann Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2015 In addition to providing business consulting services for a wide range of clients Darcy plays an active role in negotiating changes to pharmacy reimbursement systems with three provincial governments and the Federal Health Partnership Darcy was a lead advisor to RxA during recent negotiations with Alberta Health and Alberta Blue Cross resulting in a landmark agreement that will further expand the Compensation Plan for pharmacy services Prior to starting his own consulting business Darcy spent 16 years working in regulatory affairs and facilitating the development of unique service offerings in Safeway Pharmacies Related link 2015 news article A pillar of the community Close x Dr Jake Thiessen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2014 In addition to 33 years as a member of the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto pharmacist Dr Jake Thiessen was instrumental in spearheading the creation of the first co op pharmacy program in Canada at the University of Waterloo Related link 2014 news article Spotlight on Jake Thiessen Close x Murray Koffler Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2013 Murray Koffler has contributed his time and funding to support pharmacy business education scientific and medical research the arts the prevention of drug abuse and business programs for Aboriginal Canadians The federal government named Koffler to the Order of Canada in 1977 and promoted him to Officer of Canada in 1996 He graduated with a Phm B degree from the University of Toronto in 1946 Related links 2013 news article Murray Koffler receives CFP s Pillar of Pharmacy Download File Close x Don Rowe Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Donald s vast resume exemplifies his ongoing commitment to the profession which began in 1976 when he began practicing pharmacy In addition to roles in community and hospital settings he has served as Secretary Registrar of the Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board NLPB since 1994 He has been involved in pharmacy affairs on the national level through membership on the Community Pharmacy Affairs Committee of the Canadian Pharmacists Association and the CFP He is a member of the Council of Pharmacy Registrars of Canada and the Board of Directors of the National Association of Pharmacy Regulators Download File Close x Dr Murray Brown Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Dr Murray Brown has spent more than 30 years dedicated to the Canadian pharmaceutical industry through various roles in academia professional associations and industry Most recently as Vice President Scientific Affairs of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Murray was responsible for directing a team of professionals that oversaw the company s Quality Assurance Regulatory and Medical Affairs Clinical Research and Medical Information capabilities Download File Close x Bev Allen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2010 Since graduating from the College of Pharmacy University of Saskatchewan in 1973 Bev Allen has been involved in almost every aspect of pharmacy practice Initially gaining experience in the backbone of pharmacy Bev owned and operated a community pharmacy for the first 15 years of his career During this period he also began his now continuous involvement with pharmacy students by participating in the preceptor program and his desire to serve pharmacy through the profession s decision making bodies He holds the position of Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Coordinator of the Structured Practice Experiences Program SPEP at the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition University of Saskatchewan since 1994 and 2000 respectively Download File Close x Dr Wayne Hindmarsh Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2009 For more than 40 years Dr Wayne Hindmarsh has been guiding the development of pharmacy students across the country As Dean of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto for more than 11 years Hindmarsh oversaw the significant transformation of Canada s largest faculty of pharmacy Download File Close x Aubrey Browne Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2008 When named the 2008 recipient of the Pillar of Pharmacy Award Aubrey Browne had served the profession of pharmacy for more than four decades His untiring advocacy has earned him numerous recognitions within the profession as well as in the political arena for example he served as a healthcare advisor to two prime ministers Download File Close x Ray Joubert Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2007 Ray Joubert has defined the role of Registrar Treasurer with the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacists through his kindness generosity of spirit and integrity these traits have also won him friends from coast to coast to coast He has nobly served the pharmacy profession through his participation as a director chair and member of provincial and national organizations within the profession he has also lent his experience and knowledge of regulatory affairs to other health professions And since 1985 he has helped influence and shape the career success of future generations of pharmacists at the University of Saskatchewan As guest lecturer he shares his extensive knowledge and experience always challenges the students with his unique brand of ethical legal and moral questions Download File Close 2004 Dr Bernie DesRoches x Darcy Stann Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2015 In addition to providing business consulting services for a wide range of clients Darcy plays an active role in negotiating changes to pharmacy reimbursement systems with three provincial governments and the Federal Health Partnership Darcy was a lead advisor to RxA during recent negotiations with Alberta Health and Alberta Blue Cross resulting in a landmark agreement that will further expand the Compensation Plan for pharmacy services Prior to starting his own consulting business Darcy spent 16 years working in regulatory affairs and facilitating the development of unique service offerings in Safeway Pharmacies Related link 2015 news article A pillar of the community Close x Dr Jake Thiessen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2014 In addition to 33 years as a member of the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto pharmacist Dr Jake Thiessen was instrumental in spearheading the creation of the first co op pharmacy program in Canada at the University of Waterloo Related link 2014 news article Spotlight on Jake Thiessen Close x Murray Koffler Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2013 Murray Koffler has contributed his time and funding to support pharmacy business education scientific and medical research the arts the prevention of drug abuse and business programs for Aboriginal Canadians The federal government named Koffler to the Order of Canada in 1977 and promoted him to Officer of Canada in 1996 He graduated with a Phm B degree from the University of Toronto in 1946 Related links 2013 news article Murray Koffler receives CFP s Pillar of Pharmacy Download File Close x Don Rowe Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Donald s vast resume exemplifies his ongoing commitment to the profession which began in 1976 when he began practicing pharmacy In addition to roles in community and hospital settings he has served as Secretary Registrar of the Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board NLPB since 1994 He has been involved in pharmacy affairs on the national level through membership on the Community Pharmacy Affairs Committee of the Canadian Pharmacists Association and the CFP He is a member of the Council of Pharmacy Registrars of Canada and the Board of Directors of the National Association of Pharmacy Regulators Download File Close x Dr Murray Brown Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Dr Murray Brown has spent more than 30 years dedicated to the Canadian pharmaceutical industry through various roles in academia professional associations and industry Most recently as Vice President Scientific Affairs of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Murray was responsible for directing a team of professionals that oversaw the company s Quality Assurance Regulatory and Medical Affairs Clinical Research and Medical Information capabilities Download File Close x Bev Allen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2010 Since graduating from the College of Pharmacy University of Saskatchewan in 1973 Bev Allen has been involved in almost every aspect of pharmacy practice Initially gaining experience in the backbone of pharmacy Bev owned and operated a community pharmacy for the first 15 years of his career During this period he also began his now continuous involvement with pharmacy students by participating in the preceptor program and his desire to serve pharmacy through the profession s decision making bodies He holds the position of Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Coordinator of the Structured Practice Experiences Program SPEP at the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition University of Saskatchewan since 1994 and 2000 respectively Download File Close x Dr Wayne Hindmarsh Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2009 For more than 40 years Dr Wayne Hindmarsh has been guiding the development of pharmacy students across the country As Dean of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto for more than 11 years Hindmarsh oversaw the significant transformation of Canada s largest faculty of pharmacy Download File Close x Aubrey Browne Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2008 When named the 2008 recipient of the Pillar of Pharmacy Award Aubrey Browne had served the profession of pharmacy for more than four decades His untiring advocacy has earned him numerous recognitions within the profession as well as in the political arena for example he served as a healthcare advisor to two prime ministers Download File Close x Ray Joubert Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2007 Ray Joubert has defined the role of Registrar Treasurer with the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacists through his kindness generosity of spirit and integrity these traits have also won him friends from coast to coast to coast He has nobly served the pharmacy profession through his participation as a director chair and member of provincial and national organizations within the profession he has also lent his experience and knowledge of regulatory affairs to other health professions And since 1985 he has helped influence and shape the career success of future generations of pharmacists at the University of Saskatchewan As guest lecturer he shares his extensive knowledge and experience always challenges the students with his unique brand of ethical legal and moral questions Download File Close Gerry McDole x Darcy Stann Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2015 In addition to providing business consulting services for a wide range of clients Darcy plays an active role in negotiating changes to pharmacy reimbursement systems with three provincial governments and the Federal Health Partnership Darcy was a lead advisor to RxA during recent negotiations with Alberta Health and Alberta Blue Cross resulting in a landmark agreement that will further expand the Compensation Plan for pharmacy services Prior to starting his own consulting business Darcy spent 16 years working in regulatory affairs and facilitating the development of unique service offerings in Safeway Pharmacies Related link 2015 news article A pillar of the community Close x Dr Jake Thiessen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2014 In addition to 33 years as a member of the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto pharmacist Dr Jake Thiessen was instrumental in spearheading the creation of the first co op pharmacy program in Canada at the University of Waterloo Related link 2014 news article Spotlight on Jake Thiessen Close x Murray Koffler Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2013 Murray Koffler has contributed his time and funding to support pharmacy business education scientific and medical research the arts the prevention of drug abuse and business programs for Aboriginal Canadians The federal government named Koffler to the Order of Canada in 1977 and promoted him to Officer of Canada in 1996 He graduated with a Phm B degree from the University of Toronto in 1946 Related links 2013 news article Murray Koffler receives CFP s Pillar of Pharmacy Download File Close x Don Rowe Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Donald s vast resume exemplifies his ongoing commitment to the profession which began in 1976 when he began practicing pharmacy In addition to roles in community and hospital settings he has served as Secretary Registrar of the Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board NLPB since 1994 He has been involved in pharmacy affairs on the national level through membership on the Community Pharmacy Affairs Committee of the Canadian Pharmacists Association and the CFP He is a member of the Council of Pharmacy Registrars of Canada and the Board of Directors of the National Association of Pharmacy Regulators Download File Close x Dr Murray Brown Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Dr Murray Brown has spent more than 30 years dedicated to the Canadian pharmaceutical industry through various roles in academia professional associations and industry Most recently as Vice President Scientific Affairs of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Murray was responsible for directing a team of professionals that oversaw the company s Quality Assurance Regulatory and Medical Affairs Clinical Research and Medical Information capabilities Download File Close x Bev Allen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2010 Since graduating from the College of Pharmacy University of Saskatchewan in 1973 Bev Allen has been involved in almost every aspect of pharmacy practice Initially gaining experience in the backbone of pharmacy Bev owned and operated a community pharmacy for the first 15 years of his career During this period he also began his now continuous involvement with pharmacy students by participating in the preceptor program and his desire to serve pharmacy through the profession s decision making bodies He holds the position of Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Coordinator of the Structured Practice Experiences Program SPEP at the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition University of Saskatchewan since 1994 and 2000 respectively Download File Close x Dr Wayne Hindmarsh Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2009 For more than 40 years Dr Wayne Hindmarsh has been guiding the development of pharmacy students across the country As Dean of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto for more than 11 years Hindmarsh oversaw the significant transformation of Canada s largest faculty of pharmacy Download File Close x Aubrey Browne Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2008 When named the 2008 recipient of the Pillar of Pharmacy Award Aubrey Browne had served the profession of pharmacy for more than four decades His untiring advocacy has earned him numerous recognitions within the profession as well as in the political arena for example he served as a healthcare advisor to two prime ministers Download File Close x Ray Joubert Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2007 Ray Joubert has defined the role of Registrar Treasurer with the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacists through his kindness generosity of spirit and integrity these traits have also won him friends from coast to coast to coast He has nobly served the pharmacy profession through his participation as a director chair and member of provincial and national organizations within the profession he has also lent his experience and knowledge of regulatory affairs to other health professions And since 1985 he has helped influence and shape the career success of future generations of pharmacists at the University of Saskatchewan As guest lecturer he shares his extensive knowledge and experience always challenges the students with his unique brand of ethical legal and moral questions Download File Close 2003 Malcolm Seath x Darcy Stann Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2015 In addition to providing business consulting services for a wide range of clients Darcy plays an active role in negotiating changes to pharmacy reimbursement systems with three provincial governments and the Federal Health Partnership Darcy was a lead advisor to RxA during recent negotiations with Alberta Health and Alberta Blue Cross resulting in a landmark agreement that will further expand the Compensation Plan for pharmacy services Prior to starting his own consulting business Darcy spent 16 years working in regulatory affairs and facilitating the development of unique service offerings in Safeway Pharmacies Related link 2015 news article A pillar of the community Close x Dr Jake Thiessen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2014 In addition to 33 years as a member of the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto pharmacist Dr Jake Thiessen was instrumental in spearheading the creation of the first co op pharmacy program in Canada at the University of Waterloo Related link 2014 news article Spotlight on Jake Thiessen Close x Murray Koffler Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2013 Murray Koffler has contributed his time and funding to support pharmacy business education scientific and medical research the arts the prevention of drug abuse and business programs for Aboriginal Canadians The federal government named Koffler to the Order of Canada in 1977 and promoted him to Officer of Canada in 1996 He graduated with a Phm B degree from the University of Toronto in 1946 Related links 2013 news article Murray Koffler receives CFP s Pillar of Pharmacy Download File Close x Don Rowe Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Donald s vast resume exemplifies his ongoing commitment to the profession which began in 1976 when he began practicing pharmacy In addition to roles in community and hospital settings he has served as Secretary Registrar of the Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board NLPB since 1994 He has been involved in pharmacy affairs on the national level through membership on the Community Pharmacy Affairs Committee of the Canadian Pharmacists Association and the CFP He is a member of the Council of Pharmacy Registrars of Canada and the Board of Directors of the National Association of Pharmacy Regulators Download File Close x Dr Murray Brown Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2012 Dr Murray Brown has spent more than 30 years dedicated to the Canadian pharmaceutical industry through various roles in academia professional associations and industry Most recently as Vice President Scientific Affairs of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Murray was responsible for directing a team of professionals that oversaw the company s Quality Assurance Regulatory and Medical Affairs Clinical Research and Medical Information capabilities Download File Close x Bev Allen Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2010 Since graduating from the College of Pharmacy University of Saskatchewan in 1973 Bev Allen has been involved in almost every aspect of pharmacy practice Initially gaining experience in the backbone of pharmacy Bev owned and operated a community pharmacy for the first 15 years of his career During this period he also began his now continuous involvement with pharmacy students by participating in the preceptor program and his desire to serve pharmacy through the profession s decision making bodies He holds the position of Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Coordinator of the Structured Practice Experiences Program SPEP at the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition University of Saskatchewan since 1994 and 2000 respectively Download File Close x Dr Wayne Hindmarsh Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2009 For more than 40 years Dr Wayne Hindmarsh has been guiding the development of pharmacy students across the country As Dean of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto for more than 11 years Hindmarsh oversaw the significant transformation of Canada s largest faculty of pharmacy Download File Close x Aubrey Browne Pillar of Pharmacy Award Recipient 2008 When named the 2008 recipient of the Pillar of Pharmacy Award

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    s transformation into a provider of patient centred care Grindrod will use funding from the Wellspring Award to participate in workshops for narrative medicine at Columbia University s Faculty of Medicine New York and multi media storytelling at the Centre for Digital Storytelling in Berkeley California She will share her learnings with pharmacy students and in research papers as well as create a website for pharmacists and patients to share their experiences Research tells us that many pharmacists feel they are too busy too tired too alone and too invisible to change And while the leaders of the profession have drawn maps to a bright and important future change management theory tells us the road ahead is precarious and complex wrote Grindrod in her Wellspring application She describes storytelling as a form of advocacy for practice change adding that there is growing interest in using story to translate research knowledge into practice and even some evidence supporting its use in the clinical management of illnesses Close x Rod Forsey Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2014 Leadership outside the box Since graduating from Newfoundland and Labrador s Memorial University School of Pharmacy in 1999 Rod Forsey has volunteered for both advocacy and regulatory bodies in an effort to support pharmacy s evolution toward more patient centred care His dedication to practice change has shaped his career path as well at Lawtons Drugs where he currently holds the position of Pharmacy Services Specialist for Halifax and Annapolis Valley Nova Scotia While some would say he is already doing his part Forsey believes he can do much more to support the profession but the missing piece needs to come from outside pharmacy The Wellspring Award will enable Forsey to complete the Certificate in Engaging Stakeholders and Leading Change offered by the Executive Professional Development department at St Mary s University This award will allow me to explore an opportunity for further education that I can use to promote pharmacy and help others within our profession transition to a clinically focused model says Forsey It will also allow me to build upon my previous advocacy and regulatory experience to be a leader in our province and company Close x Bryan Gray Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Bryan Gray is a pharmacy graduate of Dalhousie University With the support of the Wellspring Leadership Award Gray is going back to further his learning by entering an MBA program at Lakehead University He says he hopes to improve his understanding of operations marketing and finance in a pharmacy environment But more specifically he hopes to apply these concepts to demonstrate that a pharmacist providing clinical services such as medication reviews and smoking cessation is financially sustainable His vision for the future is to have a pharmacist in every pharmacy offering clinical services full time while regulated technicians in the dispensary check prescriptions Close x Katrina Mulherin Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Katrina Mulherin has had her fingers in many aspects of pharmacy She is a Lecturer at the University of Toronto Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy as well as a clinical pharmacist in Neonatal ICU at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto She has also head held positions in community and hospital pharmacy in New Brunswick and Bermuda as well as Toronto Now she s trying her hand at the world of film with a research project documentary called Crossing Thresholds With a keen interest in using documentary film techniques in qualitative research as well as dialogue to stimulate discussion and transmit knowledge Mulherin is using film to describe the experiences and perceptions of students enrolled in a pharmacy faculty who wish to pursue avenues outside of pharmacy She says how people relate to their profession can have implications for educators professional advocacy bodies licensing bodies and of course to the professionals themselves Close Kristine Petrasko View More Details x Aaron Sihota Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 A recent University of British Columbia pharmacy grad Aaron Sihota saw the need to support new practitioners in developing business skills Through the help of the Wellspring award he has developed a pilot project with a series of workshops that will offer new grads the opportunity to connect with their peers and with experienced mentors to explore some of the practical questions of working in community pharmacy Informing and equipping our new graduates with the tools to effectively communicate the value of pharmacists is absolutely key and needs to be done constantly he says Close x Jamie Kellar Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 Jamie Kellar spends most of her time teaching and mentoring pharmacy students and residents via her role as a Pharmacy Clinician Educator at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy University of Toronto and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Committed to completing a PhD in Health Professions Education at Maastricht University in the Netherlands she says the program is aimed at creating leaders who will revolutionize education internationally The current changes in pharmacy education and expanding scopes of practice offer significant opportunities for Canadian pharmacists to redefine and reposition themselves as clinicians says Kellar Close x Noelle Patten Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 Associate Registrar of Quality Assurance with the Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board Noelle Patten is excited about the expansion of pharmacists scope of practice and wants to develop the leadership skills needed to support pharmacists and pharmacy techs as they navigate these changes She will begin studies at McMaster University leading to a Masters of Health Management degree and a Certified Health Executive designation Pharmacy needs leaders who understand the challenges facing the larger healthcare system and who can be a part of strategic effort to overcome those obstacles she says Close x Sherilyn Houle Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 An Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo s School of Pharmacy Sherilyn Houle is a pharmacy practice researcher with a keen interest in the uptake and effectiveness of expanded pharmacy services She is part of a research project that is looking at the use of facilitation in pharmacy practice By enrolling in the facilitation workshop through McGill University s School of Continuing Studies she hopes to get a broad exposure to techniques used in other business sectors that can be transferred to the pharmacy profession Close x Ingrid Sketris Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2014 Research mentoring As Professor and Associate Director of Research at Dalhousie University s College of Pharmacy Ingrid Sketris founded the Initiative for Medication Management Policy Analysis Research and Training While her research team explores the professional regulatory financial and organizational factors that affect medication management she is increasingly called upon to mentor colleagues in pharmacy and other health professions across Canada With that growing personal role in mind Sketris sought leadership training within the context of clinical pharmacy She found it in the Leadership and Management Certificate program at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and thanks to the Wellspring Award has registered to complete the program in April 2015 The leadership training will help me develop skills to mentor junior academic researchers to conduct research that will strengthen the evidence base to assist pharmacists to practice to their full scope of practice to gain recognition for their expanded roles and to determine approaches to facilitate pharmacists involvement in chronic disease management wrote Sketris in her Wellspring application Close x Kelly Grindrod Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2014 Sharing stories inspiring action Marketers will tell you that word of mouth is the best form of advertising particularly when social media are brought into play Kelly Grindrod Assistant Professor at University of Waterloo s School of Pharmacy in Waterloo Ontario is leveraging that maxim into a change management strategy that will tell the story of pharmacy s transformation into a provider of patient centred care Grindrod will use funding from the Wellspring Award to participate in workshops for narrative medicine at Columbia University s Faculty of Medicine New York and multi media storytelling at the Centre for Digital Storytelling in Berkeley California She will share her learnings with pharmacy students and in research papers as well as create a website for pharmacists and patients to share their experiences Research tells us that many pharmacists feel they are too busy too tired too alone and too invisible to change And while the leaders of the profession have drawn maps to a bright and important future change management theory tells us the road ahead is precarious and complex wrote Grindrod in her Wellspring application She describes storytelling as a form of advocacy for practice change adding that there is growing interest in using story to translate research knowledge into practice and even some evidence supporting its use in the clinical management of illnesses Close x Rod Forsey Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2014 Leadership outside the box Since graduating from Newfoundland and Labrador s Memorial University School of Pharmacy in 1999 Rod Forsey has volunteered for both advocacy and regulatory bodies in an effort to support pharmacy s evolution toward more patient centred care His dedication to practice change has shaped his career path as well at Lawtons Drugs where he currently holds the position of Pharmacy Services Specialist for Halifax and Annapolis Valley Nova Scotia While some would say he is already doing his part Forsey believes he can do much more to support the profession but the missing piece needs to come from outside pharmacy The Wellspring Award will enable Forsey to complete the Certificate in Engaging Stakeholders and Leading Change offered by the Executive Professional Development department at St Mary s University This award will allow me to explore an opportunity for further education that I can use to promote pharmacy and help others within our profession transition to a clinically focused model says Forsey It will also allow me to build upon my previous advocacy and regulatory experience to be a leader in our province and company Close x Bryan Gray Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Bryan Gray is a pharmacy graduate of Dalhousie University With the support of the Wellspring Leadership Award Gray is going back to further his learning by entering an MBA program at Lakehead University He says he hopes to improve his understanding of operations marketing and finance in a pharmacy environment But more specifically he hopes to apply these concepts to demonstrate that a pharmacist providing clinical services such as medication reviews and smoking cessation is financially sustainable His vision for the future is to have a pharmacist in every pharmacy offering clinical services full time while regulated technicians in the dispensary check prescriptions Close x Katrina Mulherin Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Katrina Mulherin has had her fingers in many aspects of pharmacy She is a Lecturer at the University of Toronto Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy as well as a clinical pharmacist in Neonatal ICU at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto She has also head held positions in community and hospital pharmacy in New Brunswick and Bermuda as well as Toronto Now she s trying her hand at the world of film with a research project documentary called Crossing Thresholds With a keen interest in using documentary film techniques in qualitative research as well as dialogue to stimulate discussion and transmit knowledge Mulherin is using film to describe the experiences and perceptions of students enrolled in a pharmacy faculty who wish to pursue avenues outside of pharmacy She says how people relate to their profession can have implications for educators professional advocacy bodies licensing bodies and of course to the professionals themselves Close x Kristine Petrasko Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Since she graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2000 Kristine Petrasko has brought her leadership skills to all spectrums of the pharmacy profession working in community pharmacy hospital academia and industry She is also Vice President of the Manitoba Pharmaceutical Association and chair of the Professional Development Committee In her current role as a Regional Pulmonary Educator at the Deer Lodge Centre in Winnipeg Petrasko is working to help standardize three pulmonary rehab programs in the city and assist in providing education programs for clinicians and patients in the program As part of that funds from the Wellspring Leadership Award will be put towards a pharmacy student scholarship for the pulmonary rehab program The scholarship recipient will assist with overall program development and focus on medication reconciliation specifically to ensure all three program sites are meeting objectives and improving patient outcomes By demonstrating the value of pharmacists on the pulmonary rehab interdisciplinary team the ultimate goal is to secure further pharmacy funding for the program from the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Close Robert Pammett View More Details x Aaron Sihota Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 A recent University of British Columbia pharmacy grad Aaron Sihota saw the need to support new practitioners in developing business skills Through the help of the Wellspring award he has developed a pilot project with a series of workshops that will offer new grads the opportunity to connect with their peers and with experienced mentors to explore some of the practical questions of working in community pharmacy Informing and equipping our new graduates with the tools to effectively communicate the value of pharmacists is absolutely key and needs to be done constantly he says Close x Jamie Kellar Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 Jamie Kellar spends most of her time teaching and mentoring pharmacy students and residents via her role as a Pharmacy Clinician Educator at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy University of Toronto and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Committed to completing a PhD in Health Professions Education at Maastricht University in the Netherlands she says the program is aimed at creating leaders who will revolutionize education internationally The current changes in pharmacy education and expanding scopes of practice offer significant opportunities for Canadian pharmacists to redefine and reposition themselves as clinicians says Kellar Close x Noelle Patten Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 Associate Registrar of Quality Assurance with the Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board Noelle Patten is excited about the expansion of pharmacists scope of practice and wants to develop the leadership skills needed to support pharmacists and pharmacy techs as they navigate these changes She will begin studies at McMaster University leading to a Masters of Health Management degree and a Certified Health Executive designation Pharmacy needs leaders who understand the challenges facing the larger healthcare system and who can be a part of strategic effort to overcome those obstacles she says Close x Sherilyn Houle Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 An Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo s School of Pharmacy Sherilyn Houle is a pharmacy practice researcher with a keen interest in the uptake and effectiveness of expanded pharmacy services She is part of a research project that is looking at the use of facilitation in pharmacy practice By enrolling in the facilitation workshop through McGill University s School of Continuing Studies she hopes to get a broad exposure to techniques used in other business sectors that can be transferred to the pharmacy profession Close x Ingrid Sketris Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2014 Research mentoring As Professor and Associate Director of Research at Dalhousie University s College of Pharmacy Ingrid Sketris founded the Initiative for Medication Management Policy Analysis Research and Training While her research team explores the professional regulatory financial and organizational factors that affect medication management she is increasingly called upon to mentor colleagues in pharmacy and other health professions across Canada With that growing personal role in mind Sketris sought leadership training within the context of clinical pharmacy She found it in the Leadership and Management Certificate program at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and thanks to the Wellspring Award has registered to complete the program in April 2015 The leadership training will help me develop skills to mentor junior academic researchers to conduct research that will strengthen the evidence base to assist pharmacists to practice to their full scope of practice to gain recognition for their expanded roles and to determine approaches to facilitate pharmacists involvement in chronic disease management wrote Sketris in her Wellspring application Close x Kelly Grindrod Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2014 Sharing stories inspiring action Marketers will tell you that word of mouth is the best form of advertising particularly when social media are brought into play Kelly Grindrod Assistant Professor at University of Waterloo s School of Pharmacy in Waterloo Ontario is leveraging that maxim into a change management strategy that will tell the story of pharmacy s transformation into a provider of patient centred care Grindrod will use funding from the Wellspring Award to participate in workshops for narrative medicine at Columbia University s Faculty of Medicine New York and multi media storytelling at the Centre for Digital Storytelling in Berkeley California She will share her learnings with pharmacy students and in research papers as well as create a website for pharmacists and patients to share their experiences Research tells us that many pharmacists feel they are too busy too tired too alone and too invisible to change And while the leaders of the profession have drawn maps to a bright and important future change management theory tells us the road ahead is precarious and complex wrote Grindrod in her Wellspring application She describes storytelling as a form of advocacy for practice change adding that there is growing interest in using story to translate research knowledge into practice and even some evidence supporting its use in the clinical management of illnesses Close x Rod Forsey Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2014 Leadership outside the box Since graduating from Newfoundland and Labrador s Memorial University School of Pharmacy in 1999 Rod Forsey has volunteered for both advocacy and regulatory bodies in an effort to support pharmacy s evolution toward more patient centred care His dedication to practice change has shaped his career path as well at Lawtons Drugs where he currently holds the position of Pharmacy Services Specialist for Halifax and Annapolis Valley Nova Scotia While some would say he is already doing his part Forsey believes he can do much more to support the profession but the missing piece needs to come from outside pharmacy The Wellspring Award will enable Forsey to complete the Certificate in Engaging Stakeholders and Leading Change offered by the Executive Professional Development department at St Mary s University This award will allow me to explore an opportunity for further education that I can use to promote pharmacy and help others within our profession transition to a clinically focused model says Forsey It will also allow me to build upon my previous advocacy and regulatory experience to be a leader in our province and company Close x Bryan Gray Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Bryan Gray is a pharmacy graduate of Dalhousie University With the support of the Wellspring Leadership Award Gray is going back to further his learning by entering an MBA program at Lakehead University He says he hopes to improve his understanding of operations marketing and finance in a pharmacy environment But more specifically he hopes to apply these concepts to demonstrate that a pharmacist providing clinical services such as medication reviews and smoking cessation is financially sustainable His vision for the future is to have a pharmacist in every pharmacy offering clinical services full time while regulated technicians in the dispensary check prescriptions Close x Katrina Mulherin Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Katrina Mulherin has had her fingers in many aspects of pharmacy She is a Lecturer at the University of Toronto Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy as well as a clinical pharmacist in Neonatal ICU at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto She has also head held positions in community and hospital pharmacy in New Brunswick and Bermuda as well as Toronto Now she s trying her hand at the world of film with a research project documentary called Crossing Thresholds With a keen interest in using documentary film techniques in qualitative research as well as dialogue to stimulate discussion and transmit knowledge Mulherin is using film to describe the experiences and perceptions of students enrolled in a pharmacy faculty who wish to pursue avenues outside of pharmacy She says how people relate to their profession can have implications for educators professional advocacy bodies licensing bodies and of course to the professionals themselves Close x Kristine Petrasko Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Since she graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2000 Kristine Petrasko has brought her leadership skills to all spectrums of the pharmacy profession working in community pharmacy hospital academia and industry She is also Vice President of the Manitoba Pharmaceutical Association and chair of the Professional Development Committee In her current role as a Regional Pulmonary Educator at the Deer Lodge Centre in Winnipeg Petrasko is working to help standardize three pulmonary rehab programs in the city and assist in providing education programs for clinicians and patients in the program As part of that funds from the Wellspring Leadership Award will be put towards a pharmacy student scholarship for the pulmonary rehab program The scholarship recipient will assist with overall program development and focus on medication reconciliation specifically to ensure all three program sites are meeting objectives and improving patient outcomes By demonstrating the value of pharmacists on the pulmonary rehab interdisciplinary team the ultimate goal is to secure further pharmacy funding for the program from the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Close x Robert Pammett Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Robert Pammett has worked in community pharmacist in northern British Columbia for two years His aspirations of improving community pharmacy practice through innovative research has lead him back to return to the University of Saskatchewan where he earned his pharmacy degree to pursue a Master of Science in Pharmacy Mid way through the program he has already excelled in both coursework and research and is entrenched in mentoring undergraduate health science students of all disciplines at an inner city student run medical clinic With the help of the Wellspring grant to support his academic pursuits he says his objectives are to enhance his leadership abilities in pharmacy practice and develop his capacity for high quality research He intends to share his findings through his thesis and via submissions to peer reviewed journals Close 2012 Christina Adams Shoppers Drug Mart Specialty Health Network View More Details x Aaron Sihota Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 A recent University of British Columbia pharmacy grad Aaron Sihota saw the need to support new practitioners in developing business skills Through the help of the Wellspring award he has developed a pilot project with a series of workshops that will offer new grads the opportunity to connect with their peers and with experienced mentors to explore some of the practical questions of working in community pharmacy Informing and equipping our new graduates with the tools to effectively communicate the value of pharmacists is absolutely key and needs to be done constantly he says Close x Jamie Kellar Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 Jamie Kellar spends most of her time teaching and mentoring pharmacy students and residents via her role as a Pharmacy Clinician Educator at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy University of Toronto and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Committed to completing a PhD in Health Professions Education at Maastricht University in the Netherlands she says the program is aimed at creating leaders who will revolutionize education internationally The current changes in pharmacy education and expanding scopes of practice offer significant opportunities for Canadian pharmacists to redefine and reposition themselves as clinicians says Kellar Close x Noelle Patten Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 Associate Registrar of Quality Assurance with the Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board Noelle Patten is excited about the expansion of pharmacists scope of practice and wants to develop the leadership skills needed to support pharmacists and pharmacy techs as they navigate these changes She will begin studies at McMaster University leading to a Masters of Health Management degree and a Certified Health Executive designation Pharmacy needs leaders who understand the challenges facing the larger healthcare system and who can be a part of strategic effort to overcome those obstacles she says Close x Sherilyn Houle Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 An Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo s School of Pharmacy Sherilyn Houle is a pharmacy practice researcher with a keen interest in the uptake and effectiveness of expanded pharmacy services She is part of a research project that is looking at the use of facilitation in pharmacy practice By enrolling in the facilitation workshop through McGill University s School of Continuing Studies she hopes to get a broad exposure to techniques used in other business sectors that can be transferred to the pharmacy profession Close x Ingrid Sketris Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2014 Research mentoring As Professor and Associate Director of Research at Dalhousie University s College of Pharmacy Ingrid Sketris founded the Initiative for Medication Management Policy Analysis Research and Training While her research team explores the professional regulatory financial and organizational factors that affect medication management she is increasingly called upon to mentor colleagues in pharmacy and other health professions across Canada With that growing personal role in mind Sketris sought leadership training within the context of clinical pharmacy She found it in the Leadership and Management Certificate program at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and thanks to the Wellspring Award has registered to complete the program in April 2015 The leadership training will help me develop skills to mentor junior academic researchers to conduct research that will strengthen the evidence base to assist pharmacists to practice to their full scope of practice to gain recognition for their expanded roles and to determine approaches to facilitate pharmacists involvement in chronic disease management wrote Sketris in her Wellspring application Close x Kelly Grindrod Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2014 Sharing stories inspiring action Marketers will tell you that word of mouth is the best form of advertising particularly when social media are brought into play Kelly Grindrod Assistant Professor at University of Waterloo s School of Pharmacy in Waterloo Ontario is leveraging that maxim into a change management strategy that will tell the story of pharmacy s transformation into a provider of patient centred care Grindrod will use funding from the Wellspring Award to participate in workshops for narrative medicine at Columbia University s Faculty of Medicine New York and multi media storytelling at the Centre for Digital Storytelling in Berkeley California She will share her learnings with pharmacy students and in research papers as well as create a website for pharmacists and patients to share their experiences Research tells us that many pharmacists feel they are too busy too tired too alone and too invisible to change And while the leaders of the profession have drawn maps to a bright and important future change management theory tells us the road ahead is precarious and complex wrote Grindrod in her Wellspring application She describes storytelling as a form of advocacy for practice change adding that there is growing interest in using story to translate research knowledge into practice and even some evidence supporting its use in the clinical management of illnesses Close x Rod Forsey Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2014 Leadership outside the box Since graduating from Newfoundland and Labrador s Memorial University School of Pharmacy in 1999 Rod Forsey has volunteered for both advocacy and regulatory bodies in an effort to support pharmacy s evolution toward more patient centred care His dedication to practice change has shaped his career path as well at Lawtons Drugs where he currently holds the position of Pharmacy Services Specialist for Halifax and Annapolis Valley Nova Scotia While some would say he is already doing his part Forsey believes he can do much more to support the profession but the missing piece needs to come from outside pharmacy The Wellspring Award will enable Forsey to complete the Certificate in Engaging Stakeholders and Leading Change offered by the Executive Professional Development department at St Mary s University This award will allow me to explore an opportunity for further education that I can use to promote pharmacy and help others within our profession transition to a clinically focused model says Forsey It will also allow me to build upon my previous advocacy and regulatory experience to be a leader in our province and company Close x Bryan Gray Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Bryan Gray is a pharmacy graduate of Dalhousie University With the support of the Wellspring Leadership Award Gray is going back to further his learning by entering an MBA program at Lakehead University He says he hopes to improve his understanding of operations marketing and finance in a pharmacy environment But more specifically he hopes to apply these concepts to demonstrate that a pharmacist providing clinical services such as medication reviews and smoking cessation is financially sustainable His vision for the future is to have a pharmacist in every pharmacy offering clinical services full time while regulated technicians in the dispensary check prescriptions Close x Katrina Mulherin Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Katrina Mulherin has had her fingers in many aspects of pharmacy She is a Lecturer at the University of Toronto Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy as well as a clinical pharmacist in Neonatal ICU at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto She has also head held positions in community and hospital pharmacy in New Brunswick and Bermuda as well as Toronto Now she s trying her hand at the world of film with a research project documentary called Crossing Thresholds With a keen interest in using documentary film techniques in qualitative research as well as dialogue to stimulate discussion and transmit knowledge Mulherin is using film to describe the experiences and perceptions of students enrolled in a pharmacy faculty who wish to pursue avenues outside of pharmacy She says how people relate to their profession can have implications for educators professional advocacy bodies licensing bodies and of course to the professionals themselves Close x Kristine Petrasko Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Since she graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2000 Kristine Petrasko has brought her leadership skills to all spectrums of the pharmacy profession working in community pharmacy hospital academia and industry She is also Vice President of the Manitoba Pharmaceutical Association and chair of the Professional Development Committee In her current role as a Regional Pulmonary Educator at the Deer Lodge Centre in Winnipeg Petrasko is working to help standardize three pulmonary rehab programs in the city and assist in providing education programs for clinicians and patients in the program As part of that funds from the Wellspring Leadership Award will be put towards a pharmacy student scholarship for the pulmonary rehab program The scholarship recipient will assist with overall program development and focus on medication reconciliation specifically to ensure all three program sites are meeting objectives and improving patient outcomes By demonstrating the value of pharmacists on the pulmonary rehab interdisciplinary team the ultimate goal is to secure further pharmacy funding for the program from the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Close x Robert Pammett Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2013 Robert Pammett has worked in community pharmacist in northern British Columbia for two years His aspirations of improving community pharmacy practice through innovative research has lead him back to return to the University of Saskatchewan where he earned his pharmacy degree to pursue a Master of Science in Pharmacy Mid way through the program he has already excelled in both coursework and research and is entrenched in mentoring undergraduate health science students of all disciplines at an inner city student run medical clinic With the help of the Wellspring grant to support his academic pursuits he says his objectives are to enhance his leadership abilities in pharmacy practice and develop his capacity for high quality research He intends to share his findings through his thesis and via submissions to peer reviewed journals Close x Christina Adams Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2012 Pharmacist Christina Adams who graduated from the University of Toronto in 2006 had the pleasure of working with Barbara Wells on the vision plan for the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists She says Barbara s extensive knowledge of the profession and outstanding organization skills have inspired her to further develop her own leadership abilities This award will help offset costs associated with her participation in the Pharmacy Leadership Academy through the American Society of Health System Pharmacists In the months since I started the Pharmacy Leadership Academy I ve already learned so much about leading others change management and leading yourself says Adams I know I ll be able to take on more leadership roles in the future as a result Close Janet MacDonnell View More Details x Aaron Sihota Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 A recent University of British Columbia pharmacy grad Aaron Sihota saw the need to support new practitioners in developing business skills Through the help of the Wellspring award he has developed a pilot project with a series of workshops that will offer new grads the opportunity to connect with their peers and with experienced mentors to explore some of the practical questions of working in community pharmacy Informing and equipping our new graduates with the tools to effectively communicate the value of pharmacists is absolutely key and needs to be done constantly he says Close x Jamie Kellar Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 Jamie Kellar spends most of her time teaching and mentoring pharmacy students and residents via her role as a Pharmacy Clinician Educator at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy University of Toronto and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Committed to completing a PhD in Health Professions Education at Maastricht University in the Netherlands she says the program is aimed at creating leaders who will revolutionize education internationally The current changes in pharmacy education and expanding scopes of practice offer significant opportunities for Canadian pharmacists to redefine and reposition themselves as clinicians says Kellar Close x Noelle Patten Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 Associate Registrar of Quality Assurance with the Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board Noelle Patten is excited about the expansion of pharmacists scope of practice and wants to develop the leadership skills needed to support pharmacists and pharmacy techs as they navigate these changes She will begin studies at McMaster University leading to a Masters of Health Management degree and a Certified Health Executive designation Pharmacy needs leaders who understand the challenges facing the larger healthcare system and who can be a part of strategic effort to overcome those obstacles she says Close x Sherilyn Houle Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2015 An Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo s School of Pharmacy Sherilyn Houle is a pharmacy practice researcher with a keen interest in the uptake and effectiveness of expanded pharmacy services She is part of a research project that is looking at the use of facilitation in pharmacy practice By enrolling in the facilitation workshop through McGill University s School of Continuing Studies she hopes to get a broad exposure to techniques used in other business sectors that can be transferred to the pharmacy profession Close x Ingrid Sketris Wellspring Leadership Awards Recipient 2014 Research mentoring As Professor and Associate Director of Research at Dalhousie University s College of Pharmacy Ingrid Sketris founded the Initiative for Medication Management Policy Analysis Research and Training While her research team explores the professional regulatory financial and organizational factors that affect medication management she is increasingly called upon to mentor colleagues in pharmacy and other health professions across Canada With that growing personal role in mind Sketris sought leadership training within the context of clinical pharmacy She found it in the Leadership and Management Certificate program at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and thanks to the Wellspring Award has registered to complete the program in April 2015 The leadership training will help me develop skills to mentor junior academic researchers to conduct research that will strengthen the evidence base

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  • Grants & Awards - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
    optimizing the role of pharmacists in contributing to patient outcomes iii Behavioral social and administrative research that translates to the practice of pharmacy iv Pharmacoeconomic pharmacoepidemiologic or drug policy research which guides decision makers in providing optimal value in drug use The applicant must have conducted the research for the paper while a graduate student A graduate supervisor may only present one candidate in each competition To apply the candidate must submit the following in PDF format to the Executive Director Harold Lopatka hlopatka telus net Deadline for submission is March 1 a the paper to be judged b notice of acceptance from the journal in which the paper is to appear if it has been accepted but not yet published c a letter of support from the candidate s graduate supervisor at the time the research was conducted This letter will confirm that the paper meets the criteria for the award d an indication by the candidate of willingness to attend the AFPC meeting to accept the award The award will be given to the runner up if the winner cannot attend the AFPC Meeting CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award Recipients 2015 Fahad Alzahrani View More Details x Fahad Alzahrani CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award Recipient 2015 A qualitative assessment of the practice experiences of certified diabetes educator pharmacists Canadian Journal of Diabetes Close 2013 Wasem Alsabbagh View More Details x Fahad Alzahrani CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award Recipient 2015 A qualitative assessment of the practice experiences of certified diabetes educator pharmacists Canadian Journal of Diabetes Close x Wasem Alsabbagh CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award Recipient 2013 Wasem Alsabbagh is a PhD candidate from the University Saskatchewan and the 2013 recipient of the CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award for Pharmacy Practice Research His research is focused on medication adherence socioeconomic status and major health outcomes using population based data from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health Close 2012 Mary Elias View More Details x Fahad Alzahrani CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award Recipient 2015 A qualitative assessment of the practice experiences of certified diabetes educator pharmacists Canadian Journal of Diabetes Close x Wasem Alsabbagh CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award Recipient 2013 Wasem Alsabbagh is a PhD candidate from the University Saskatchewan and the 2013 recipient of the CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award for Pharmacy Practice Research His research is focused on medication adherence socioeconomic status and major health outcomes using population based data from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health Close x Mary Elias CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award Recipient 2012 The impact of pharmacist interventions on osteoporosis management a systematic review Osteoporosis International Close 2010 Ani Byrne View More Details x Fahad Alzahrani CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award Recipient 2015 A qualitative assessment of the practice experiences of certified diabetes educator pharmacists Canadian Journal of Diabetes Close x Wasem Alsabbagh CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award Recipient 2013 Wasem Alsabbagh is a PhD candidate from the University Saskatchewan and the 2013 recipient of the CFP AFPC Graduate Student Award for Pharmacy Practice

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