Non-Sterile Compounding, Summer 2021
Pharmacy Connection asked the College operations advisors to each name one piece of advice they would give to registrants to support implementation of the non-sterile compounding standards.
Practice Insight, Summer 2021
This complaint to the College highlights learning opportunities for DMs, including training and providing oversight to staff, managing policies and procedures and responding to medication incidents at the pharmacy.
Opioids, Summer 2021
CAMH provides an update on key guidance and resources available for pharmacy professionals regarding opioid use disorder and opioid agonist therapy.
An overview of the College’s Quality Assurance Program, including how competency is defined and what the right-touch and risk-based approach means for registrants.
Quality Indicators, Summer 2021
Like the focus on patient experience, measuring the experience of healthcare providers can help uncover important health system improvement opportunities.
CEO and Registrar Nancy Lum-Wilson talks Pharmacy Connection going digital, the importance of establishing a culture of medication safety, and more in her latest message.
Registrar's Reflection, Summer 2021
For over a year the pandemic has altered pharmacy practice. Changes implemented to protect patients and staff helped maintain access to safe, quality pharmacy care for Ontarians.
COVID-19, Summer 2021
As Ontario’s vaccination rates continue to climb and the province begins to re-open, pharmacy professionals are playing a key role in driving province-wide progress.
The College is excited to announce the launch of its new digital Pharmacy Connection, a web-based and mobile-friendly publication suitable for busy, on-the-go pharmacy professionals.
The Code of Ethics articulates the ethical principles and standards that must guide the practice of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.