The College is nearing the end of its 2017/18 – 2019/20 Strategic Plan which focuses on organizational excellence.

Four strategic goals will guide the College in continuing to achieve its mission while supporting the unique needs of the public and evolving pharmacy practice.

Goal 1: Legislative Standards and Modernization

Working to modernize the legislative requirements under the Pharmacy Operations and Drug Scheduling Act (PODSA) to better ensure they are clear, consistent and enforceable.

Goal 2: Professional Excellence

Working to ensure that the practice of pharmacy meets or exceeds the standards set out to protect the public and maintain their trust.

Goal 3: Drug Therapy Access & Monitoring

Exploring avenues that enhance the ability of pharmacy professionals to maximize the public’s access to safe, high quality drug therapy.

Goal 4: Organizational Excellence

Ensuring the efficacy and efficiency of its foundational business processes, technological supports, and organization of its governance and staffing to meet the ongoing needs of registrants, pharmacy owners, directors, staff, the public and other stakeholders.

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The College’s Next Strategic Plan

At its September 2019 meeting, the College Board approved four strategic goals and objectives that will guide the College’s 2020/2021 to 2024/2025 Strategic Plan.

The College’s Strategic Plan 2020/2021 to 2024/2025 Goals and Objectives are as follows:

Goal Objective

1. The public is given evidence-informed, patient-centred, team-based care.

To develop a plan to support the provision of evidence-informed, patient-centred, team-based care that includes cultural safety and humility.

2. To enable practice innovation through regulation that enhances the health a wellness of the public and ensure patient safety.

To communicate what the public and health professionals can expect from pharmacy professionals.

3. To have the public and health professionals see pharmacy professionals as valuable resources who are acting first and foremost in the public interest.

To communicate what the public and health professionals can expect from pharmacy professionals.

4. To have strong, collaborative engagement with all healthcare providers to advance patient-centred, team-based care.

Enhance patient health and wellness through collaborative engagement with all healthcare providers.

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