Interactions: News from CSHP


March 5, 2021

Attention: Canadian pharmacists working in primary care settings

Dr. Nicole Domanski is a clinical pharmacist at the University of British Columbia Pharmacists Clinic. You're invited to participate in her study to characterize the impact of pharmacists’ consultation notes on prescribers' healthcare decisions. If you work in a team-based primary care role, p…


February 23, 2021

Metoclopramide 2mL Vial Shortage

CSHP has been informed that there will a disruption in the supply of metoclopramide 5 mg/mL, 2 mL vial size, for at least two weeks in March. This in turn could lead to critically low inventory at some facilities. It is recommended that mitigation strategies be used to conserve the remaining supply…


February 22, 2021

The weird and wonderful: Inherited Retinal Degenerations

CSHP is delighted to share with you our second installment in a new series of Weird and Wonderful conditions that you may encounter in your practice. Click here to read our first Weird and Wonderful piece in December. Inherited Retinal Degenerations (IRDs), also kno…


February 19, 2021

Adrenal insufficiencies & COVID-19

The adrenal cortex produces hormones (glucocorticoids, mineralocorticoids, and androgens), which are necessary for normal body functioning. When the adrenal cortex is damaged, enough glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids are not produced leading to deficiencies of these hormones.    Adrena…


February 4, 2021

Modernizing Gender, Sex, and Sexual Orientation Data

In response to staggering health inequities, Infoway, a national non-profit focused on digital health solutions, has created an action plan to modernize Canada’s gender, sex, and sexual orientation (GSSO) data. To join the national conversation and …



January 11, 2021

FIP Online Series: Webinar Registration Details


Online Panel: Vaccine administration routes and procedures: frequent concerns and common errors Description: Although pharmacists have administered vaccines in several countries for years, this role is still new or even unknown to the profession in many parts of the world. As a role…



December 3, 2020

Canadian Myeloma Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) – Phase II

The Myeloma Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) initiative was created to help determine the research priorities of all people affected by myeloma, including those living with it, their caregivers and healthcare professionals. This initiative is being led by a team of myeloma patients, caregiver…