Interactions: News from CSHP


February 18, 2021

Call for National Student Delegate 2021-2023

Are you a first, second or third year pharmacy student? If you are, CSHP is calling on YOU to be the Student Delegate on the CSHP National Board, representing pharmacy students across the country. The Benefits You will have an opportunity to: Help shape and lead the future of hospital p…




February 4, 2021

Cannabis for the Hospitalized Patient: Best Practices Document

The Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists (CSHP) is pleased to release “Cannabis for the Hospitalized Patient: Best Practices Document,” found here. You’ll discover essential tools to navigate this complex topic in your hospital: the suggested be…


February 4, 2021

Chief Pharmacy Officer Testifies at North Dakota Legislature

   "[...] importation threatens our ability to provide excellent care for patients." On January 27th, 2021, Christina Adams, CSHP’s Chief Pharmacy Officer, testified before the North Dakota state legislature in an effort to protect Canadian patients from worsening&nbsp…


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 …


February 4, 2021

Health Canada: Quarterly Updates on Mandatory Reporting

Health Canada has recently shared their quarterly update from the Canada Vigilance Program (CVP) to provide information regarding mandatory reporting by hospitals. Since the coming into force of the regulations for mandatory reporting on December 16, 2019, all hospitals across the country are …



PSNs,
February 4, 2021

Recruiting Palliative Care PSN Chair

We’re seeking a new Chair or Co-Chairs for our Palliative Care Pharmacy Specialty Network (PSN).  In these isolating times, it’s more important than ever to connect with our colleagues, and Chairs play a key role in keeping the CSHP community at its b…