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One-Third of Canadian Patients Get Hip Fx Repair Within 24 Hours

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 8, 2018 -- Only one-third of Canadian patients received hip fracture repair surgery within the desired 24 hours, according to a Canadian study published in the June 11 issue of CMAJ, the journal of the Canadian Medical...


Robbery at knifepoint: how our pharmacy coped

Pharmacy manager Amanda Smith recounts the day her West Yorkshire community pharmacy was targeted by an armed thief, and how the pharmacy team recovered from the ordeal.

QuickChek exits pharmacy business in deal with CVS Pharmacy


Q&A: Women in pharmacy lead through practice

MedMen, US cannabis giant, set to become one of the largest Canadian-listed cannabis companies

The company, which began trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange today, has a fast-growing footprint that could redefine and modernize the Canadian cannabis retail space

NFPS Odisha conducts awareness programme on rational use of drugs & importance of pharmacy profession in non─pharmacy institutions & schools

As a novel initiative to utilize the potential of pharmacy students to spread awareness among school children and non─pharmacy students at college level about safe use of medicines and importance of pharmacy profession, the Odisha

Acute shortage of permanent faculties hits pharmacy education in Mizoram

Pharmacy education at the Institute of Pharmacy at the Regional Institute of Paramedical and Nursing Sciences (RIPANS) in Mizoram in the north east is marred by acute shortage of permanent faculties in various

Canadian Politician Seeks to Decriminalize Payment for Surrogacy

(BBC) – A Canadian MP is proposing that the country decriminalise payment for women who choose to become surrogates. As global demand for Canadian surrogates grows, is commercialising the practice the answer? Leia Swanberg is the only person ever to … Read More

WeedMD strikes transformational cannabis supply deal with Shoppers Drug Mart

The company will supply the major Canadian pharmacy with medical cannabis products.

CP prepared to move Canadian grain; highlights action plan in meeting with federal ministers of ...

CALGARY, Sept. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - Canadian Pacific (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) is prepared to move this year's Canadian grain crop to market, in close Read more...

Clinical trials needed to study cannabinoid use in Canadian children

(Canadian Medical Association Journal) Canadian parents use unregulated cannabinoids for seizure control in children with neurologic conditions like epilepsy, and clinical trials are needed to inform doctors and parents on prescribing, according to a commentary in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).

Community pharmacy is the safety net for risky prescribing

In response to The Pharmaceutical Journal’s editorial, ‘Securing the best deal for pharmacy’, published in May 2018, I agree that community pharmacy has a big part to play in reducing drug errors.

Exodus of Saudi medical trainees reveals vulnerability of Canadian health care

(Canadian Medical Association Journal) The sudden loss of Saudi medical trainees who must leave Canada in the next two weeks will negatively affect patient care, which should serve as a wake-up call to governments to increase the number of funded residency and fellowship positions for Canadian medical students, argues Dr. Matthew Stanbrook in an editorial in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Jour...

Pharmacy Times® Named Industry News Provider of the Year by American Pharmacy Purchasing Alliance

This marks the second time Pharmacy Times® has won. CRANBURY, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pharmacy Times®, the leading media resource for pharmacists and the pharmacy industry, has been named the 2018 Industry News Provider of the Year by the American Pharmacy Purchasing Alliance … Continue reading → Cet article Pharmacy Times® Named Industry News Provider of the Year by Americ...

Securing the best deal for community pharmacy

Negotiators must not forget pharmacy's roots in any reform of the community pharmacy contract.

Canadian-led international study shows huge costs of delayed access to stroke care

(Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada) HOT TOPIC: Canadian study finds that delays of just an hour result in poorer outcomes for patients and greatly increased healthcare costsHOT TOPIC: Young people, especially women, are less likely to take an ambulance to the hospital after stroke, causing harmful delays, Canadian researchers findHOT TOPIC: Canadian study looks at impact of aerobic exercise on...

NHS Wales Informatics Service’s Choose Pharmacy project wins Clinical Pharmacy Congress tech award

Royal Pharmaceutical Society member Emma Williams has collected the 2018 Clinical Pharmacy Congress award for Excellence in use of Technology in Pharmacy Practice, on behalf of the NHS Wales Informatics Service Choose Pharmacy project.

John Nuttall: We could close stores, but we like to play the long game

Chief executive of Well Pharmacy, the third largest pharmacy chain in the UK, discusses the independent multiple’s strong position despite cuts to community pharmacy funding and how the business is preparing for online competition.

John Nuttall: You might say "close stores", but we like to play the long game

Chief executive of Well Pharmacy, the third largest pharmacy chain in the UK, discusses the independent multiple’s strong position despite cuts to community pharmacy funding and how the business is preparing for online competition.

John Nuttall: You might say 'close stores', but we like to play the long game

Chief executive of Well Pharmacy, the third largest pharmacy chain in the UK, discusses the independent multiple’s strong position despite cuts to community pharmacy funding and how the business is preparing for online competition.

Anniversary of the Pharmacy Act: 150 years of medicines safety

On 31 July 1868, the Pharmacy Act was passed in Great Britain. This was the country’s first piece of legislation to restrict the sale of poisons to qualified persons and marked a major milestone in the history of pharmacy and of the Pharmaceutical Society.

Screening for impaired vision in older adults: New Canadian guideline

(Canadian Medical Association Journal) A new Canadian guideline for impaired vision in older adults recommends against primary care screening of older adults not reporting concerns about their vision. The guideline, published in English and French in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) by the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care (CTFPHC), is aimed at primary care practitioners.

Huddersfield opens new centre for pharmacy policy and practice research

The Department of Pharmacy at the University of Huddersfield has been focusing on a number of strategies to enhance high-quality research in pharmacy practice. A pharmacy practice research retreat was organised in May 2017 and a research strategy was developed through a conceptual framework adopted from Nagy and Fawcett’s (2016)

Govt College of Pharmacy & 143 private pharmacy colleges in Karnataka agree on seat─sharing to boost access to qualified students for industry

The Karnataka drugs control department is now working towards ensuring that government seats for pharmacy courses are available in the private colleges. The Government Pharmacy College which comes under the

North American Specialty Hospital Contracts with Canadian-based Global Healthcare Connections: Expands International Referral Channels to Center of Excellence in Cancun

Unique travel-for-treatment model provides the highest quality surgical care, affordable prices for US and Canadian patients, and an appealing location in Cancun. A contract announced today between North American Specialty Hospital (NASH) and


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