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Community, Social & Administrative Pharmacy: Associations & Societies
The objective of this in Social and Administrative Sciences in Pharmacy is to prepare students for independent, theory-based research leading to new knowledge and understanding of drug use, patient and provider communication and behaviors, health outcomes
The National Community Pharmacists Association, founded in 1898, represents America’s community pharmacists, including the owners of nearly 23,000 pharmacies. The nation’s community pharmacies, pharmacy franchises, and regional chains dispense nearly half of the nation’s retail prescription medications
focused on the business of neighbourhood pharmacy to ensure our members can continue to deliver the convenient, professional patient care products and services on which Canadians rely. Our commitment is repaid in trust, as 80% of Canadians consult their pharmacists for professional healthcare, at nearly 9,000 neighbourhood pharmacies across the country.
ICPA (or Independent Community Pharmacy Association) was formed in May 2011 to provide independent community pharmacy with collective strength and a coherent voice that is heard by government, medical schemes, pharmaceutical suppliers and consumers.
Since its establishment in 1890, the Montana Pharmacy Association (MPA) has been the leading advocate and voice in representing the interest of pharmacy professionals across the Big Sky. Membership in the MPA covers the entire spectrum of pharmacy practice settings and includes student pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.