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Alberta College of Pharmacy

Partners advance cause of pharmacy in Alberta

EDMONTON, Alberta — “Advocating for an enlarged role for pharmacists in the delivery of health services to patients in this province was very much a combined activity by the Alberta College of Pharmacy and my organization,” says Margaret Wing, chief executive officer of Alberta Pharmacists’ Association (RxA). Wing was quick to point out that the leadership

Alberta takes lead in tapping full potential of Rx

EDMONTON, Alberta — Pharmacists in Alberta are now able to provide their patients with a wider range of remunerated cognitive services than those in any other Canadian, or indeed North American, jurisdiction. In a recent interview, Fred Horne — Alberta’s Minister of Health and Wellness when the fees for the recently approved services were negotiated

Patients are big winners under Alberta’s new paradigm

TORONTO — “The ability of pharmacists in Alberta to be able to practice to the full extent of their capability has helped to make Alberta a leader in the provision of services supporting patient health,” according to Denise Carpenter, president of Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada (Neighbourhood Pharmacies). “Patients are better off as a result