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  • The Ontario Pharmacist – Volume 81 / Issue 2 / 2017

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    Meet OPA's New Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Gall; Navigating the Future at OPA's Conference 2017; Continuous Quality Assurance: The Nova Scotia Experience; and much more!

  • The Ontario Pharmacist – Volume 81 / Issue 1 / 2017

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    The Many Faces of Advocacy at OPA; The Pharmacist's Role in Curbing the Opioid Crisis; Non-opioid Alternatives to Pain Management Therapy; Ask OPA: Can Testosterone be Used in Women?; and much more.

  • The Ontario Pharmacist – Volume 80 / Issue 3 / 2016

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    Perspectives on Naloxone Kit Training: Pharmacists and Patients; Vaccines Education: Injecting New Opportunities into Pharmacy Practice; Medical Assistance in Dying: Frontline Pharmacy Perspectives; and much more.

  • The Ontario Pharmacist – Volume 80 / Issue 2 / 2016

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    MedsCheck - A New (Re)Freshed Take on an Old Program; Conference 2016 - engage, inspire, excel - celebrate; Naloxone - Learning from British Columbia's experience; and much more.

  • The Ontario Pharmacist – Volume 80 / Issue 1 / 2016

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    In Consideration of the Legalization Of Marijuana; New OPA Caucus Puts Staff Pharmacist Voices Front and Centre; How Registered Pharmacy Technicians are Changing the Game in Long-Term Care; Understanding Third Party Audits; Plus much more!

  • The Ontario Pharmacist – Volume 79 / Issue 3 / 2015

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    The OPA Master Plan: Bringing Patient Centred Care to Life; More Than A Fee Guide: What Does Opa’s Suggested Fee Guide For Uninsured Clinical and Professional Services Mean to Third-Party Payors?; Advocacy Day Puts Pharmacists Front and Centre at Queen’s Park; Legal Considerations For Pharmacy Owners, Part III: Commercial Leases; Plus much more!

  • The Ontario Pharmacist – Volume 79 / Issue 2 / 2015

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    All Aboard: Travel Medicine is Coming to a Pharmacy Near You; “100 Scripts in 100 Days” – One Pharmacist’s Success Story; Canadian Pharmacists Conference 2015 – Working Together to Present Canada’s Largest Pharmacist Conference; Legal Considerations for Pharmacy Owners – Part II; plus much more.

  • The Ontario Pharmacist – Volume 79 / Issue 1 / 2015

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    Pharmacist Health Coaching Programs; Managing Change in Community Pharmacy Practice: Perspectives of Pharmacists; Improving Patient Adherence Through Medication Synchronizatio; Kaitlin Bynkoski: Creating a Community of Practice in Sudbury; plus much more.

  • The Ontario Pharmacist – Volume 78 / Issue 3 / 2014

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    Billing Numbers: The business of pharmacy versus the practice of pharmaceutical care; Pharmacist Advocacy: Good for the Profession, Good for Patients, Good for Ontario; Owners Advisory Council Brings New Perspective to OPA’s Economic Efforts; Mistakes and Apologies in Pharmacy Practice; Therapeutic Options: Focus on Smoking Cessation; plus much more.

  • The Ontario Pharmacist – Volume 78 / Issue 2 / 2014

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    Practice Leaders; Ontario to Graduate First Entry-to-Practice PharmD Students in 2015; Conference 2014: “A great opportunity to be introduced to new faces”; Why Your Pharmacy’s Cash Flow Is Important; Therapeutic Options: Focus on Emergency Contraception; plus much more.

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