Interactions: News from CSHP



October 12, 2017

It’s Time to Update Your Practice Information!

By: Julie Sobowale

Meeting your professional needs is important to CSHP. Help CSHP to develop programs, services, and communications by taking a moment to record (or update) information about your current practice. The information you are asked to provide pertains to your current practice site (e.g., academia, com…



October 10, 2017

Introducing the CSHP Board of Directors for 2017-2018

By: Julie Sobowale

Introducing the CSHP Board of Directors for 2017-2018 EXECUTIVE President
Patrick Fitch President Elect
Doug Doucette Past President
Lauza Saulnier Treasurer
Mario Bédard Executive Director
Myrella Roy
DELEGATES A.P.E.S. / Québec De…


October 6, 2017

DEADLINE Oct 10 - Poster Abstracts for presentation at PPC 2018

By: Julie Sobowale

DEADLINE 23:59 EDT October 10, 2017 POSTER ABSTRACTS for presentation at PPC 2018 Do you have a research project that you would like to present at PPC 2018 in Toronto? The deadline for abstract submissions is 23:59 EDT October 10, 2017. The Call for Abstracts is available online (in bo…



September 28, 2017

Excellence in Hospital Pharmacy Program Member Online Survey

By: Julie Sobowale

Excellence in Hospital Pharmacy Program Member Online Survey The Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists (CSHP) Excellence in Hospital Pharmacy program is an engaging initiative following the highly successful CSHP 2015 campaign to assist members in focusing their efforts towards fostering …



September 20, 2017

Hospital Pharmacy Student Award

By: Julie Sobowale

This award is given to a Student Pharmacist Supporter of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists (CSHP), who shows promise as a future hospital pharmacy practitioner through student activities or experiential training in direct patient care, research or education. The selected candidate&n…


September 20, 2017

Assessment Tool for Aseptic Compounding

By: Julie Sobowale


CSHP has a new tool to help pharmacies assess their aseptic compounding practices! The Assessment Tool for Aseptic Compounding (ATAC) was developed by the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists (CSHP), in collaboration with the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) Canada…