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    Hi

    Have a look at this: -

    YouTube - Pharmacy Respect=

    if only we had some...........
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  • #2
    Re: Pharmacy Respect

    Nice one Admin, Nice one indeed
    Kemzo the pharmacist forumly known as kemzero

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    • #3
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      Ha ha, I know a few consultants who are a bit like that.
      _____

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      • #4
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        When they sang the bit about 7yrs education; were they including their equivalent to A-levels or do you have to spend 7yrs at uni in the US to become a Pharmacist? I know they make foreign pharmacists do two years more training at their own expense but what about their home-grown?

        Seems a bit silly where in Canada a m.pharm graduate from over here just has to do two 8-week courses to adapt to Canadian practice and get board accreditation. It also seems Canadian Pharmacists get a little more "RESPECT" than their American cousins.

        mr_colt.

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        • #5
          Re: Pharmacy Respect

          Originally posted by mr_colt View Post
          When they sang the bit about 7yrs education; were they including their equivalent to A-levels or do you have to spend 7yrs at uni in the US to become a Pharmacist? I know they make foreign pharmacists do two years more training at their own expense but what about their home-grown?

          Seems a bit silly where in Canada a m.pharm graduate from over here just has to do two 8-week courses to adapt to Canadian practice and get board accreditation. It also seems Canadian Pharmacists get a little more "RESPECT" than their American cousins.

          mr_colt.
          Does US and Canada operate a joint recognition scheme?
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          • #6
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            Yep I believe so. Best idea seems to become accredited in Canada, then use this to get into USA.
            johnep

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            • #7
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              what a cracker should be at the start of the cpd webpage to cheer you up before you do all that rubbish
              ps why cant they make the cpd website as user friendly as pharmacy forum???
              SMITHY

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              • #8
                Re: Pharmacy Respect

                Originally posted by Smithy View Post
                what a cracker should be at the start of the cpd webpage to cheer you up before you do all that rubbish
                ps why cant they make the cpd website as user friendly as pharmacy forum???
                Well it takes a lot of skill ya know........
                Lively debate is encouraged but please respect the opinions and feelings of others.
                Please help keep the forum vibrant by spreading the work to friends and colleagues via word of mouth or social media.
                Thank you for contributing to this site.

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                • #9
                  Re: Pharmacy Respect

                  Originally posted by mr_colt View Post
                  When they sang the bit about 7yrs education; were they including their equivalent to A-levels or do you have to spend 7yrs at uni in the US to become a Pharmacist? I know they make foreign pharmacists do two years more training at their own expense but what about their home-grown?

                  Seems a bit silly where in Canada a m.pharm graduate from over here just has to do two 8-week courses to adapt to Canadian practice and get board accreditation. It also seems Canadian Pharmacists get a little more "RESPECT" than their American cousins.

                  mr_colt.
                  could you provide me details regarding the two 8 week courses required to practice in Canada after receiving an MPharm degree from the UK. Thanks

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                  • #10
                    Re: Pharmacy Respect

                    Do what I would do, google for canada pharmacy.
                    johnep

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                    • #11
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                      thanks I found info at CPhA & The Pharmacy Examining
                      Board of Canada

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