The highlights from the November Board Meeting are now available.
Highlights from this meeting include an exploration into the potential alternatives to the College’s existing quality management requirements that include mandatory medication error reporting to an independent third party; amendments to the Pharmacy Operations and Drug Scheduling Act Bylaws regarding pharmacy ownership and telepharmacy; amendments to Professional Practice Policy 66: Methadone Maintenance; and a review of the Certified Pharmacist Prescriber Engagement Report.
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— BC Pharmacists (@BCPharmacists) November 17, 2017
The College also celebrated Change Day BC 2017, encouraging registered health professionals to make a pledge to drive positive change within BC’s health system.
Read the November Board Meeting Highlights.