The Pharmacy Association of Saskatchewan (PAS) is a non-profit membership-based association that represents pharmacists and pharmacies in Saskatchewan. PAS contributes to improved patient health outcomes through expanding access to pharmacist services.
Pharmacists care for hypertension would save Saskatchewan $423 million
A pharmacists care for patients with hypertension provides better outcomes for the patient and health care system.More
PAM 2017 starts March 1st.More
PAS Chair's Letter to the Editor regarding the cost of Pharmacists administering the flu shot
In response to a CBC news article from December 30th, 2016 which carried misconceptions about the cost of pharmacists administering flu shots.More
PAS Chair’s letter to the editor on expanding pharmacist services
PAS Chair Julia Bareham recently met with the editorial staff at the StarPhoenix in Saskatoon to talk about pharmacy in Saskatchewan. The resultant piece was published on November 7th.More
The 2017 PAS Conference
Speakers include: Kendra Townsend, BSP, CDE Zack Dumont, BSP, ACPR Dr. Peter Senior, BMedSci, MBBS, PhD, FRCP(E), FRCP
Presenters will first provide an overview of COMPASS and SCPP by-laws on CQI. They will include a review on medication safety and its relationship to CQI in community pharmacy practice.
Presented by the Lymphedema Association of Saskatchewan