On April 14, 2016, the Board of the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia approved certain amendments to the College Bylaws for public posting.
I recently spent 3 weeks on the psychiatric unit of the local hospital. During my stay, the psychiatrist changed my antipsychotic medication to clozapine.
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The College has reaffirmed its support of harm reduction strategies that help patients achieve better health and has endorsed the distribution of harm reduction supplies in pharmacies. The College believes that pharmacists can play a larger role in the comprehensive approach used to prevent communicable diseases such as HIV and Hepatitis by making harm reduction supplies more readily and easily available and preventing dangerous activities such as needle sharing to occur.