Pharmacy News Online: Choosing the Best Canadian Pharmacy- 3 Tips to Follow
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Pharmacy News Online: Choosing the Best Canadian Pharmacy- 3 Tips to Follow

Choosing the Best Canadian Pharmacy- 3 Tips to Follow

he recent years, the Canadian Pharmacies online have gained tremendous popularity. Affordable price as well as easy availability makes online Canadian pharmacies a much more convenient option for customers all over the world. The availability of various drugs at a reduced rate has created a great demand for the Canadian pharmacies to meet various needs of not only their own customers but from all over the world. Therefore, it’s important to select the best Canadian pharmacy online.

According to reports, more than 2 million people in the United States consider Canadian pharmacies for meeting their drugs requirements. If you’re cautious about the mail order prescriptions, then you’ve to consider few important tips when buying Canadian prescription drugs online.

First of all, you should make sure that you’re buying drugs or medicines from any licensed Canadian pharmacy. Pharmacies based in British Columbia, Canada usually comes accredited by College of Pharmacists of British Columbia. Hence, you must look for the license number of the pharmacy and the contact information including the phone number, the physical address and name of pharmacy manager.

For any concern or question related to the legitimacy of any British Columbian pharmacy, you may contact College 2001765 West, located at West 8th Avenue in Vancouver, British Columbia, BC, V6J 5CG. You must also look whether the Canadian pharmacy is accredited by Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA).

CIPA is a licensing organization located in Canada. It provides licensing program which certifies online Canadian pharmacies to offer prescription medicines and drugs to the customers based worldwide. The CIPA certification makes sure that the pharmacy is reputable, licensed and even adheres to all strict safety protocols. The CIPA member pharmacies have offered more than 1 million patients all over the world annually with the Canadian prescription medicines.

Last but not the least, when you visit the website of a Canadian pharmacy, you would be able to get a fair picture of the professionals of a Canadian pharmacy. A website must always focus on offering you the relevant information rather then just filing up with different marketing efforts. There must be a section for newsletter. An authentic website will also include the facilities to interact with the pharmacist empanelled or employed with them. All of these will hint you whether you’re actually going to deal with the right professionals or not.

BioPlus Specialty Pharmacy Releases New Corporate Video Highlighting Individualized Care Plans To Maximize Patient Adherence

BioPlus Specialty Pharmacy (BioPlus), one of the nation’s leading specialty pharmacies, today announces that it posted a new corporate presentation video. The video shares the operations of this specialty pharmacy so viewers can understand how top patient outcomes are achieved by BioPlus. In short, viewers will learn who we are, what we do, and how we exceed industry standards as a specialty pharmacy providing individualized care plans that maximize patient adherence.

At seven minutes long, the film uses a mix of one-on-one interviews with key executives, along with graphics, clips, and commentary to share the company’s origins, its growth to the national level, technological advances, on-going training, and how BioPlus works directly with physicians, patients, the pharmaceutical industry, and insurance payers to provide high quality care for complex chronic conditions.

“With our 20 year history, BioPlus has an important story to share. We want viewers to know that we aren’t just a company dispensing medications; we treat each patient with an individual pharmaceutical care plan to make sure that their biologic specialty medicines have the intended results,” shares Dr. Stephen Vogt, president and CEO of BioPlus. “Our team of pharmacists, nurses, and technicians work together to get patients the medications they need and make sure they understand the treatment process. Our frequent patient communication allows us to address any issues so that patients complete what can be a difficult therapy. All the while, keeping true to our core values of competence, accountability, respect, and trust,” he adds.

The latest compliance statistics from a sampling of the treatment programs at BioPlus, which includes more than 19,700 BioPlus patients being treated for HCV, oncology, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, Crohn’s disease, and other conditions, shows that BioPlus achieves a 91 percent compliance rate at discharge. By comparison, the compliance rate for retail and mail-order pharmacies is only 50 percent. Clearly, all of our high-touch patient focus as a specialty pharmacy achieves our goal of ensuring treatment and improving outcomes.

New UQ pharmacy program enhances student internships

University of Queensland pharmacy students are being given the opportunity to build on their internship experience, thanks to a new UQ training program.

The Australian Pharmacy Council has accredited UQ’s School of Pharmacy to deliver the National Alliance for Pharmacy Education’s (NAPE) Pharmacy Intern Training Program.

The program offers students the opportunity to enhance their internship year by completing a further year of part-time study and obtain a formal postgraduate qualification from UQ, the Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Practice.

Head of the UQ School of Pharmacy Professor Nick Shaw said the program would provide students with further opportunities to gain valuable postgraduate qualification.

“Our intern training program will provide a case-based learning experience that will enhance the transition from internships to cutting-edge professions,” he said.

“We have experienced educators and pharmacy experts, practising in a variety of settings, who will assist the interns on their journey to becoming competent pharmacists.”

The program uses online, face-to-face and self-directed modes of education, and allows pharmacy interns to easily access their coursework, irrespective of their location.

Formed in 2010 by UQ, Monash University, University of South Australia and The University of Sydney, NAPE aims to support the ongoing advancement of the pharmacy profession as a key contributor to the healthcare team.

The NAPE Intern Training Program offers cutting-edge education from universities at the forefront of pharmacy education and research in Australia.

Minimum entrance requirements are a degree or equivalent qualification in pharmacy from Australia or New Zealand. All applicants must be registered as an intern pharmacist with the Pharmacy Board of Australia.

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