2017 Pharmacy Practice Residency Award Recipients

By: Chris Doody

British Columbia Branch

Mitch Prasad

Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services

Health Authority Pharmacists' Perceptions of Independent Pharmacist Prescribing

  • Winner of 2018 Management and Leadership Best Practice Award
Jolene Guenter

BC Cancer Agency

Evaluating Genomic Biomarkers Associated with Resistance or Sensitivity to Chemotherapy in Patients with Advanced Breast and Colorectal Cancer
Robert Wright

Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services

Characterization of Prescribed Immunosuppression Reduction in Kidney Transplant Patients
Lisa Yip

Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services

Management of Acute Agitation and Agression in Children and Adolescents with Quetiapine in the Emergency Department (2ACT)

    Alberta Branch

    Grace Wong

    Cancer Control Zone

    Effects of Proton Pump Inhibitors on FOLFOX and XELOX Regimens in Colorectal Cancer

    Saskatchewan Branch

    Laura Almas

    Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

    Assessing the Magnitude and Impact of Medication Discrepancies in Hospitalized Adult Patients Requiring Critical Care Admission

    Manitoba Branch

    Alanna Doell

    Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

    Quantifying Proton Pump Inhibitor Deprescribing Candidacy Among Long Term Care Residents

    Ontario Branch

    Sheena Pang

    William Osler Health Centre

    Epidemiology of Carbapenemase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae Bacteremia and Evaluation of Antimicrobial Prescribing Practices in a Community Hospital Setting

    Brittani Prete

    University Health Network

    Characterizing Opioid Use at an Academic Family Health Team
    Matthew Richler

    St. Michael's Hospital

    A Qualitative Descriptive Study of Admitted Homeless Patients' Perceptions of Prescribed Medications
    Michael Wan

    Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

    Vancomycin Trough Concentrations and Outcomes in Non-deep Seated Infections: A Retrospective Cohort Study Project

    • Winner of 2018 Safe Medication Practices Award 

    Nova Scotia Branch

    Tessa Lambourne

    Nova Scotia Health Authority

    Optimizing Patient Education of Oncology Medications: A Patient Perspective

    • Winner of 2018 Teaching, Learning and Education Award

     

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