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PHU-Pharmacy-Business-January-2015 Pharmacy Business is the trusted business resource for the pharmacy community. Read more

Pharmacy Business is the trusted business resource for the pharmacy community.

Watch & Learn: Herpes Zoster — Addressing the burden of illness

Pharmacists must understand the value to the patient, public health and the pharmacy of promoting the benefits of prevention through the use of zoster vaccine …. Read more

Montague, PEI’s Lawtons Drugs opens the doors to the entire community

What Lawtons Drugs in Montague, PEI lacks in size, it more than makes up in service.…. Read more

 
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Pharmacy U panel calls on pharmacists to be better advocates

Canadian pharmacists need to continue to promote their expanding scope of practice, offer a gold standard of service, and keep the patient at the centre of all decisions if they are to retain their reputation as one of the most respected healthcare professionals. Read more

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Watch & Learn: Bob Mehr’s 6 tips to getting staff to buy in and stay in

When it comes to staff training, pharmacy owner Bob Mehr is a firm believer in the well-worn adage: “you have to spend money to make money.’’... Read more

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Hello, pharmacists! Here are 5 tips you won’t want to miss to develop a culture of care.

While customer satisfaction is at the heart of any successful retail business, in the era of social media, developing a culture of care, being open and honest, and paying attention to “demon customers” are vital. Read more

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The case for Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM)

Many patients do not achieve their blood glucose targets using traditional self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG). Read more

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The expanding scope of practice is challenging pharmacists to broaden the array of professional services they provide.

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Watch & Learn: 8 tips to implement an effective minor ailment program

A minor ailments program is a formalized service in which patients are encouraged to consult the community pharmacist, rather than their primary care physician, for management of a defined list of minor ailments. Read more

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Watch & Learn: Managing your staff’s performance for top results!

When an employee’s performance is an issue, managers assume: • “They” are the problem • It is an attitudinal issue on the part of the employee • Reprimanding/ reprisal or negative consequences are the best solution Read more

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Watch & Learn: 3 tips to improve your productivity through workflow and design

There are many challenges and concomitant opportunities for pharmacists today ‐ forcing a change from product distribution to patient care and disease management... Sponsored by ScriptPro Read more
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Energy savings are hot, hot, hot at Valley Drug Mart!

Sometimes you just have to think outside the community. For Rob Perry, Curtis MacIntyre and Kathy Spurell, that statement is not a play on the well-known business adage “think outside the box,” it’s a reality. Read more

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Nazlin Khamis compounds interest at her holistic pharmacy

Nazlin Khamis’s transformation of Chilliwack Pharmasave from a traditional community pharmacy into a speciality compounding, natural and home health destination has evolved over 27 years and a series of four renovations and reorganizations. Read more

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Meet the new quarterbacks of patient care

As it matures, the pharmacy profession must create a new and greater value proposition for patients, placing them at the centre of the healthcare system with pharmacists acting as the quarterbacks of their care. Read more

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PharmD student Heather Wren is passionate about the profession

I want to become a strong advocate for our profession, especially in terms of helping patients understand what pharmacists can do for them. Read more