Below is a collection of links with very useful information on how to design your workplace environment and train staff to prevent robberies. Also, there are tips and documentation sheet describing what to do if you experienced a robbery or burglary. To report a robbery or burglary, contact your local police department and the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy Professionals at:
In the unfortunate event of a robbery, PAS members have access to five free personal counselling sessions. For more information about our "Member's Assistance Program" go to Member's Assistance Program in the Membership section of our website.
Links to Useful Information on Robbery and Burglary Prevention
2019‐2020 Seasonal Influenza Immunization Program Participation
The Drug Plan and Extended Benefits Branch (DPEBB) is registering pharmacies that plan to participate in the Province’s 2019‐2020 Seasonal Influenza Immunization Program (the Program).More
Florinef Shortage Update
The Florinef shortage information is posted on behalf of medSask.More
Recently the Drug Plan and Extended Benefits Branch (DPEBB) sent out a communication about the SMAP audit done in February 2019. PAS wanted to follow up with some “quick tips” to assist with building on the improvement observed from previous audits.More
Congratulations Mike Stuber, Canadian Pharmacist of the Year!
Saskatchewan pharmacist, Mike Stuber, who specializes in HIV treatment and prevention is named the 2019 Canadian Pharmacist of the Year by CPhA.More