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    The Pharmacists in PCN Program has completed the second year of implementation and UBC has published a document that features milestones, achievements and areas of development to date.

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Pharmacists have an integral role in the team-based primary care strategy being introduced by the BC government.

The Pharmacists in Primary Care Network (PCN) Program (the Program), which officially started in the Fall of 2020, will see up to 50 Primary Care Clinical Pharmacists (PCCP) integrated into PCNs across British Columbia. This Program is also mobilizing and connecting existing pharmacists within communities to enable and support shared patient care. 

Read about the first PCCP hire here.

Read the government announcement here.


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