Greg Eberhart offers ACP’s position on the federal government’s upcoming requirement to include warning stickers and pamphlets with every opioid prescription....
It is a pharmacy professional’s responsibility to either provide or facilitate access to care for any patient.
Effective May 19, 2018, the requirements for prescribing methadone will be updated.
Health Canada has introduced new guidance for the collection and destruction of drugs listed under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act....
Alberta Health has revised its treatment guidelines for sexually transmitted infections
Introducing ACP Full Scale, a new online publication focusing on issues affecting pharmacy practice in Alberta.
We’ve updated the inducement section of the ACP website to answer this frequently asked question.
From promotion and advertising to recommendations and referrals, what pharmacy professionals need to know about cannabis.
New form includes enhanced security features and is designed to optimize patient care.
How Maskwacis pharmacist Gihan Mohamed applied learning to help a Muslim diabetes patient during Ramadan.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to develop your leadership skills!
On October 3-5, 2018, the National Harm Reduction/Drug Policy Conference will take place in Edmonton to address the current state of drugs and drug policy.
Public Hearing Notice
This Council election had competitive races in all the districts.
Pharmacists are finding unique ways to apply what they learn to their practices
After receiving feedback from registrants, ACP Council has approved a proposed amendment to its bylaws.
ACP is looking for your feedback on these enhanced standards.
Pharmacy professionals have a new webpage to keep track of compliance deadlines and details.
Health Canada’s new guidance document walks you though the steps of what you need to do if controlled substances are lost or stolen.