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The profession of pharmacy has become more complex in recent years. There are more drugs available than ever before and more people living longer with more complex conditions. In addition, provincial governments have increased the scope of what pharmacists can and should do to care for their patients: giving vaccinations, conducting medication review services to optimize medications, prescribing some drugs, monitoring drug therapy, and ordering and interpreting lab tests.
The Entry-to-Practice PharmD program will give students more time to learn these complex skills, and more time to do practical learning with patients in real life situations.