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Pharmacy U Vancouver 2021 was a huge success!

Pharmacy U returned to an in-person event on November 27, 2021 in Vancouver. The event was a joyous reunion for the hundreds of attendees.
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Pharmacy Leader Alicia Matthews-Kent: "I would like to be remembered for being a caring and compassionate leader."

Upon graduation, I always knew I wanted the opportunity to lead. I wasn't sure if this would be in a clinical setting or in a business setting, but I knew I wanted to lean on the leadership skills I had started to develop as a young adult and take this forward into my pharmacy career.
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Women, health, and women’s health in my pharmacy

Hormone therapy has been used to relieve symptoms of menopause for the past 70 years. We know it can dramatically improve quality of life in women suffering from symptoms, such as hot flashes and night sweats.
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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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My best pharmacy teacher

Perhaps you've heard the expression before that experience is the best teacher? I know I have, and I would even suggest that I subscribe to it.

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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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