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Young Leader in Pharmacy Michael Do: "I love the challenge of solving problems."

I love being a pharmacist because I love making a difference in the everyday health of patients and the community I serve.
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5 things to do if you want to be in business 5 years from now

Feeling burned out? Has your current effort been on growing your pharmacy OR dealing with vaccines, sanitizing, and putting out fires? From a business perspective, it’s time to move your focus back to thinking about growing your pharmacy. If you’re not growing, you're shrinking.
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2021: What went well and what’s next for pharmacy teams as vaccinators

In December 2020, Neighbourhood Pharmacies collaborated on a report about community pharmacy’s readiness for COVID-19 vaccinations, which highlighted the value pharmacy teams bring in terms of accessibility, knowledge and trust.
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SAVE THE DATE!

Pharmacy U Toronto will be returning to the Toronto International Centre on April 2, 2022. Watch this space for more news!

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HOW TO IMPROVE THE AUTONOMY AND RELIABILITY OF OUR CANADIAN SUPPLY CHAIN

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed Canada's dependence on foreign countries in the pharmaceutical industry. With 73% of prescriptions filled in Canada being for generic products[1], it is now more important than ever to improve the reliability of the supply chain.

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Promises, promises…. staying true to the pharmacist's oath

I believe that our oaths are one of those defined points that we must anchor ourselves to professionally and with our leadership. Oaths are promises that we make to the people we serve. And when we keep those promises, we can progress in an expected way.

 

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Online customer experiences – What we can learn

As health-care professionals, pharmacists have a unique and important role that is multifaceted and ever changing. Every year our scope of practice grows, therapeutic approaches in clinical care evolve, and we face new business pressures.

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