Call for speakers - Together: Canada's Hospital Pharmacy Conference 2021

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This year, we are combining the Banff Seminar, the Harrison Pharmacy Management Seminar, and the Professional Practice Conference into one week-long virtual conference. Join us for the “Triple Crown” of Canadian hospital pharmacy conferences, taking place from March 20-27, 2021. Log in from the comfort of your home as we deliver hours of accredited learning, celebrity keynote speakers, posters, Exhibit hall, social events, and so much more!

Call for concurrent session speakers

With just over three months until the opening of CSHP's first virtual conference, we are excited to begin sharing more about the confirmed speakers. We are still currently accepting speakers for the joint conference being hosted in March 2021. If you are someone who has a fascinating topic that you would like to share, there are a few presentation times still left to fill. Topics of interest that are still up for consideration include the following: 

  • Team-based primary care 

  • Special populations (e.g., geriatric, pediatric)  

  • Teaching/precepting 

  • New or innovative practice areas 

  • Infectious diseases 

In addition to the great networking opportunities that arise from presenting, speakers will also receive a complimentary registration to Together: Canada’s Hospital Pharmacy Conference. If you are interested in being a presenter, please complete this form

If you have any questions, please reach out to Jessica Robinson.  


Speaker highlight

Dr. Celia Culley"A Dark Cloud with a Silver Lining? How Tackling Climate Change can Improve our Patients’ Health"

Dr. Celia Culley
Celia is currently a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist working at Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria BC in the Coronary Care Unit and Cardiovascular Unit. How she got there was a circuitous route, but she loved every step along the way. From a young age, she has had an interest in the natural environment, likely stemming from her youth spent on a farm in rural Ontario. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the University of Saskatchewan in 2008, at which point she practiced as a community pharmacist in La Ronge, in Northern Saskatchewan for two years. She then moved to Prince George, BC, to complete her Pharmacy Practice Residency, and then went on to Vancouver to complete her Doctor of Pharmacy at UBC in 2013. She has been in Victoria at Royal Jubilee Hospital since then.

Another volunteer hero!
Celia is the CSHP BC Island Chapter Co Chair and the CSHP Anticoagulation PSN Chair.