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Centennial celebrations continue

November 29, 2011

Thank you to the many pharmacies displaying the centennial magazine and encouraging customers to take a copy. Customers are intrigued by pharmacy’s rich history. They’re also interested in pharmacy’s contributions to their communities...

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New online forgery reporting form

November 29, 2011

You can now report a forgery any time of day or night with ACP’s new online forgery reporting form. You can find it on the ACP website under Prescriber Lists/Forgery Alerts.  

For more information on reporting forgeries, see...

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Old refills vs. new prescriptions

November 29, 2011

Q: Where is the document that says I have to discontinue all previous refills when a patient brings in a new prescription for the same med?

A: That statement was a council policy. When the Standards for Pharmacist Practice came...

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CPSA seeks Manager, Physician Prescribing Practices

November 15, 2011

The College of Physicians & Surgeons of Alberta regulates the practice of medicine in Alberta. The College is seeking an experienced individual to manage the Physician Prescribing Practices (PPP)...

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Elevate your practice to the next level of patient care

November 15, 2011

ADAPT is a cutting-edge accredited CE program that helps you perfect skills in medication assessment, collaboration, documentation, patient interviewing, evidence-based practice and developing patient...

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Burglary prevention resource reminder

November 15, 2011
Robberies involving opioid medications have pharmacists and pharmacy owners worried. To help protect your pharmacy and your staff, read the ACP resource Burglary Prevention Tips. You can find it on the ACP website under Practice...
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Is your pharmacy team patient safety SMART?

November 15, 2011

ACP, in collaboration with the Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada (ISMP Canada), is pleased to introduce a new resource to help your pharmacy team reduce recurrence of drug incidents and to become competent...

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Flu FAQ

November 15, 2011

Pharmacist flu questions have kept the ACP phone lines busy over the last few weeks. Here is one of the most frequently asked questions and our answer. 

Q. Can a pharmacist with injections authorization administer Trivalent Inactivated Vaccine (TIV) to children?

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Who can administer FluMist®?

November 15, 2011

FluMist is a Schedule 2 product and, based on the Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians Profession Regulation, all clinical pharmacists are authorized to administer it. However, before you administer FluMist, ask yourself, “Do I know the...

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What do you think of this?

November 1, 2011

Kathie Tam, a fourth-year U of A pharmacy student, is surveying Alberta pharmacists on their attitudes toward Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and complementary and alternative medicines (CAM). Complete the survey now, as it is closing soon.

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Work for students – or have them work for you!

November 1, 2011

The U of A Health Sciences Council is recruiting for two interprofessional educational opportunities. They are looking for small group facilitators for an interprofessional health team development class and...

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Looking back at the century – literally

November 1, 2011

Centennial magazines are being displayed in pharmacies across the province and the buzz is starting. We have already begun to hear about people developing a new appreciation for the work of pharmacists and a new respect for...

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Cheer on our teams

November 1, 2011

No, not the Eskimos or the Stampeders. We’re talking about our Partners in Practice and W.L Boddy teams! The APEX Awards offer two opportunities to showcase outstanding teams.

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