PAS Annual Conference

Come experience the sense of community, make connections and learn from each other. Shared Experience-Storytelling for Care will provide a platform to hear various speakers discuss their own personal experiences and stories related to healthcare. The Pharmacy Association of Saskatchewan, along with the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists (SK Branch), The Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy Professionals, The Continuing Professional Development for Pharmacy Professionals,  The Pharmacy Technician Society of Saskatchewan and the University of Saskatchewan, College of Pharmacy and Nutrition is pleased to present the 2018 PAS Annual Conference to be held May 11-13, 2018 at the Doubletree Hilton Hotel and Conference Centre in Regina

Tamara Lange, PAS 2018 Conference Chair

Click here to      Register Online      for the 2018 PAS Conference (Early Bird  Rates apply until April 15th)


2018 PAS Conference Registration Brochure (printable pdf format)

Click here to book accommodation at Doubletree (also available during online registration process)

2018 Sponsors To Date

2017 PAS Conference Presentations

Responding to the Opioid Crisis with Evidence
Hepatitis C presentation by CADTH
Medical Assistance in Dying 2017

The Role of the Pharmacist in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
The Role of the Pharmacist in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Cardiovascular Medications in Older Adults

Moms Stop the Harm

Opening the Aperture on Indigenous Health in Saskatchewan: Where do we focus?

Leadership Leading Change

Strategies to help reduce your anxiety

Antimicrobial Stewardship & Applications to Common Infections

Points Buisness Proposal 2017


What's New

Mandatory Influenza Update Webinar

from CPDPP: Influenza Update Webinar


Epipen Shortage

Health Canada's statement on the Epipen shortage.


Minor Ailment Training Courses

CPDPP has online training available for the new minor ailments.


Saskatchewan Pharmacy Sector Helps Grow the Economy

The contribution of Saskatchewan's pharmacies to the economic health and well-being of the province.

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