Professional Practice Conference (PPC) 2017
Registration for PPC 2017
Preliminary Program and Keynote Speaker
Career Opportunities Evening
Workshops and Events
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The Compounding Workshop for Managers (Pre-Conference Workshop)
The Compounding Workshop for Managers is designed for supervisors, managers, and directors of compounding operations to help them manage their compounding services. By the end of this full-day workshop, participants will describe the facets of a high quality compounding service and will have started an improvement plan for their compounding service.
When: February 4, 2017
Workshop Registration: Pre-registration is required and is limited to 50 participants. Register on the registration page.
CPRB Student and Resident Networking Event
The contributions of practicing pharmacists in the development of future leaders for the pharmacy profession are well recognized. Pharmacy students and residents, our profession’s future leaders, derive significant benefit from the leadership, advice and support provided by current leaders in the pharmacy profession. In recognition of the importance of the Student and Resident Networking, CPRB, CSHP and Fresenius Kabi have partnered in the development of the “Student and Resident Networking Event” to allow Canadian students and residents to explore career development while giving them unique networking opportunities. The success of the program will depend on the participation and enthusiasm of the students, residents, and pharmacists. We hope you can join us for this event and we look forward to your response.
The event will be held on Saturday, February 4, 2017 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the InterContinental Toronto Centre, Toronto, Ontario. The reception will commence with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.
How to participate:Register for this year’s event by completing the CPRB Student & Resident Networking Event Registration Form.
Professor of Health Law and Science Policy | Author of Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?
Professor Timothy Caulfield is an unrivaled communicator who debunks myths and assumptions about innovation in the health sector—from research on stem cells to diets to alternative medicine—for the benefit of the public and decision-makers. He is a Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy, and a Professor in the Faculty of Law and the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta. He has been the Research Director of the Health Law Institute at the University of Alberta since 1993.
Over the past several years, Professor Caulfield has been involved in a variety of interdisciplinary research endeavours that have allowed him to publish over 300 articles and book chapters. He is a Fellow of the Trudeau Foundation and the Principal Investigator for a number of large interdisciplinary projects that explore the ethical, legal and health policy issues associated with a range of topics, including stem cell research, genetics, patient safety, the prevention of chronic disease, obesity policy, the commercialization of research, complementary and alternative medicine, and access to health care.
Professor Caulfield is and has been involved with a number of national and international policy and research ethics committees, including the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee; Genome Canada’s Science Advisory Committee; the Ethics and Public Policy Committee for International Society for Stem Cell Research; and the Federal Panel on Research Ethics. He has won numerous academic awards and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences.
He writes frequently for the popular press on a range of health and science policy issues and is the author of The Cure for Everything: Untangling the Twisted Messages about Health, Fitness and Happiness, and his most recent book, Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?: When Celebrity Culture and Science Clash.
For more information, contact the Interim Conference & PSN Administrator, Susan Maslin.
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