CPRB Board Members
According to the policies and procedures of the Canadian Pharmacy Residency Board, site surveys are carried out by members of the Board or individuals designated by the Board. For your information, please use the following links to find a brief introduction to the members of the Board.
Céline Corman, BScPharm, MSc
Chief of Pharmacy and Residency Coordinator
Céline graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Dalhousie University and Master of Science at the University of Saskatchewan. Céline is the Chief of Pharmacy and Residency Coordinator at The Ottawa Hospital. As Chief she is responsible for the professional practice of the pharmacists and regulated pharmacy technicians. This includes clinical practice, education and research. Céline has been practising in Ottawa since 1989, first as a Team Leader then a Specialist in Neurosciences in 1993 then Chief & Residency Coordinator since 2001.
Céline has been of member of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists since 1985 and has been involved with the Awards program as an appraiser (1991-2013), Membership Committee (1992-94), CSHP representative on the NAPRA Committee: National Advisory Committee on Pharmacy Practice (NACPP) (2004-07) and currently a reviewer for the Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy.
Curtis Harder, BSc(Pharm), ACPR, PharmD
Coordinator, Pharmacy Education & Practice Residency
Curtis Harder is the Coordinator for Pharmacy Education & Practice Residency with the Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA). He also maintains a clinical practice in critical care pharmacotherapy, serving as the Clinical Pharmacy Specialist for Adult Intensive Care at the Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, British Columbia, where he has been since 2007. Curtis completed a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree at the University of British Columbia (2000), a hospital pharmacy residency at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver in (2001), and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of British Columbia (2007).
Curtis has an appointment with the UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences as a Clinical Assistant Professor. In addition to his role coordinating pharmacy education and the residency program within the VIHA Department of Pharmacy, he is an active preceptor/facilitator for VIHA Pharmacy Residents and UBC Doctor of Pharmacy students. Curtis has a special interest in infectious disease pharmacotherapy and serves on the VIHA Antimicrobial Stewardship Committee. He is a longstanding member of CSHP, and has recently served as Communications Coordinator (2008-10) and then Chair (2011-12) of the Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Specialty Network.
Jennifer Bolt, BScPharm, ACPR, PharmDClinical Pharmacist Specialist, Geriatrics
Interior Health Authority
2255 Ethel Street
Jennifer Bolt completed her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy at the University of British Columbia in 2006. She went on to complete a Hospital Pharmacy Residency in Fraser Health Authority in 2007 and her Doctor of Pharmacy from UBC in 2009. Jennifer worked in Kelowna, BC as a Cardiology Pharmacy Specialist from 2009 to 2013 after which she moved to Regina, SK. Employed by the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region, Jennifer worked as the Residency and Education Coordinator for Pharmacy Services for three years and the Manger of Research and Development for one year. In 2017, Jennifer moved back to Kelowna, BC and is currently working as the Clinical Pharmacy Specialist for Geriatrics. She precepts pharmacy residents, doctor of pharmacy students, and pharmacy undergraduate students. She currently holds a Clinical Assistant Professor appointment with the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition at the University of Saskatchewan and is the Past-President of the Saskatchewan Branch of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists.
Pharmacist and Assistant Professor
Karine Cloutier completed a Bachelor in Pharmacy degree at the University of Montreal (2004), a Master in Sciences at the University of Montreal and a residency at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Sainte-Justine (2005), and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of British Columbia (2007). She currently works at the Centre Mère-Enfant of the CHU de Québec where she maintains a clinical practice in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiology since 2007. Karine is also an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy of Laval University where she teaches pediatric pharmacotherapy and medication use in pregnancy and lactation for undergraduate and graduate students. Since 2015, Karine is a BPS Board Certified Pediatric Pharmacist.
Henry Halapy has been the diabetes pharmacist at St. Michael’s Hospital since 2000, providing care to ambulatory diabetes patients. Henry has co-coordinated the St. Michael’s Hospital residency program since 2001. He chaired the Hospital Pharmacy Residency Forum of Ontario in 2004-05. Henry is also currently a Clinical Lecturer at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy of University of Toronto, where he is responsible for co-coordinating an undergraduate therapeutics course in nephrology, urology, and endocrinology as well as an elective course in diabetes care. Henry completed his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Toronto in 1991, his hospital residency at Toronto General Hospital in 1992, and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Wayne State University in 1994.
Full Clinical Professor
Marc Perreault graduated from his Bachelor of Pharmacy at Université de Montréal in 1988 and completed a hospital residency at Hôpital Saint-Luc in Montreal in 1989. He obtained his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo, New York and subsequently completed a 2 year research fellowship in cardiovascular pharmacology at Hotel-Dieu de Montreal. He worked at the Ottawa General Hospital from 1994 to 2001 as a critical care specialist after which he moved to Montreal for joint position with the Faculty of Pharmacy as well as the McGill University Health Center. In 2007, he became the director of the Master’s program and under his leadership; the program underwent significant changes to comply with the 2010 CPRB standards as well as to be in continuum with the implementation of the entry-level PharmD. He is stepping down as the director of the Master’s program in 2016. He is currently a Full Clinical Professor and he is involved with the Faculty’s accreditation committee. He was involved with the PEBC (panel of examiners) for over 8 years (2002-2010) and is currently associate editor of the Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy. Within CPRB, he holds the position of the AFPC representative.
Research Scientist, Manitoba Centre for Health Policy
Mail: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy
Dr. Colette Raymond completed a Bachelor’s degree in pharmacy at the University of Alberta, a Hospital Pharmacy Residency at the Ottawa Hospital, and a postgraduate Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of British Columbia. She completed a master’s degree in epidemiology at the University of Manitoba. Colette has served as Research and Education Coordinator at the University Health Network and Faculty Coordinator, Office of Experiential Education, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto and at the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Colette has served as the residency co-director for the University Health Network and the residency coordinator for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Colette has been a renal pharmacist for many years and has precepted numerous residents and pharmacy students.
Colette is an active member of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists, and has served on numerous Branch and National Committees, including the Advocacy and Education Services Committees.
Regional Director, Pharmacy Services
Moira Wilson is the Region Director of Pharmacy Services for Horizon Health Network in New Brunswick. Her responsibilities include planning, leading, developing, organizing, coordinating, overseeing and evaluating the delivery of acute care and ambulatory pharmacy services in the health region. Moira has held a number of clinical and administrative positions in healthcare including Staff Pharmacist, Assistant Director and later Director of Pharmacy at the Saint John Regional Hospital and Director of Pharmacy for the former Saint John zone. Moira is the Director of the Residency Programs at the Saint John Regional Hospital and the Moncton Hospital.
Moira graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Dalhousie University and is an active member of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists and has served on a number of Branch and National Committees.
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