The highlights from the September Board Meeting are now available.
Highlights from this meeting include the College's commitment to improving BC pharmacy professionals' work with First Nations and Aboriginal People; an overview of the engagements completed in the 2016/2017 fiscal year; amendments to the Pharmacy Operations and Drug Scheduling Act bylaws regarding fee changes and telepharmacies; and a summary of results and feedback gathered from the Practice Review Program's efforts in Community Practice.
Ben Ridout, Director of Patient and Public Engagement at the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council, presented to the Board on Patient & Public Engagement.
The Board also approved the College's new Risk Management Policy.
Read the September Board Meeting Highlights.