Pharmacists Night 2015 – Comments and Suggestions?

As you might have received in our latest email, the Pre-Pharmacy Society of UBC is anticipating holding a Pharmacist’s Night in January, 2015. As you, the members, we are interested in knowing what type of Pharmacist’s you would like to meet (eg. RPh’s in the Community and Hospital and/or Faculty, Research, Industry) as this may be one of the few opportunities to gain valuable insight about the expanding PRESENT and FUTURE responsibilities of PharmD’s and Bsc.Pharms have in shaping the future of health care in Canada! We need as much participants as possible to invite pharmacists representing different backgrounds so that you can get to know more about the different fields and careers pharmacy degree holders are currently involved in!

This is your opportunity to gain valuable insight into the various fields that pharmacists represent in the current scope of health care. We anticipate inviting members of the community pharmacies and hospital pharmacy practices to talk about their challenging career and academic experiences with a presentation and Q&A session (similar to our Admission’s Night).

Food will be provided.

Location: TBA
Time: TBA, Mid-to-late January
Price: Free for members, TBD for non-members

Please register here at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1t5iMXQ801mdkvjdrYuXgOAwLXHxssaOnOV6u6Q9VZoE/viewform?usp=send_form

Remember, it’s not too late to pick up membership at the event for $10!

Please leave your feedback below or email us at prepharmacy.ubc@gmail.com.

Check out the facebook event here for more information!

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