As a part of the PAS mission, PAS advocates for the contribution to healthcare through pharmacist and patient program and services. Pharmacists are members of the healthcare team, providing services and care that is far beyond the traditional view of pharmacy. The videos from PAS members below show the kind of care pharmacists provide and the impact it can have on patients.
A Canadian Pharmacist's Story: No Stigma Policy
How can you feel safe about your prescription?
Do you know which types of injections a pharmacist can provide?
Is a pharmacist really authorized to prescribe medications?
How critical is the role of a hospital pharmacist during your stay?
What are some benefits of a pharmacist having access to your lab-test results?
Are pharmacists trained to provide preventative health care?
Influenza Immunization Program Reminders
An email was sent out to PAS members on October 31, 2018, reminding them about off-site immunizations and the influenza immunizations fees.More
New One-year Agreement
The provincial government and the Pharmacy Association of Saskatchewan (PAS) have reached a new one-year agreement.More
2018-2019 Influenza Immunization Program
PAS has created a host of support documents once again as pharmacists prepare for the upcoming 2018-2019 Saskatchewan Influenza Immunization Program that will begin Oct 22, 2108, including information for injecting patients age 5-8 and patients living inMore
Update on the EpiPen® Shortage
There is a recent update from Pfizer Canada on EpiPen® and EpiPen Jr® auto-injectors.More