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Canadian Pharmacy Law (Print + ProView online)
By: Marie Berry, B.A., B.Sc. (Pharm), LL.B.
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Written by a well-respected Canadian community pharmacist and lawyer, this resource explains the underlying principles and doctrines of law within the legal system as they apply to the practice of pharmacy. It includes all of the latest case law, full legislation, jurisdictional comparison charts of practice in pharmacy and much more. Through clear and concise explanations, you'll gain insight into:
  • Professional liability, counseling liability and prescription-error liability
  • Intellectual property–patents and generic drugs
  • Drug regulations that dictate day-to-day professional practices–both provincial pharmacy statutes and federal schedules to the Food and Drugs Act and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
  • Provincial legislation dealing with the collection, use and disclosure of personal health information
  • Licensing and disciplining of the profession
  • Internet pharmacy

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About the Author
Marie Berry, B.A., B.Sc. (Pharm), LL.B. was called to the Manitoba Bar in 1993 and is experienced in the full range of a general law practice, specializing in health care law. She is a practising pharmacist in Winnipeg and is also active in professional and community promotion of education on drug use, prevention and health care. Through her company, Drug Smart Communications Ltd., Ms. Berry produces educational videos on drug use for the public, health support groups and professionals and is the author of numerous articles and publications in her area of specialty. She is the recipient of the James Hartley Beal Award, 1992, American Society for Pharmacy Law, for her paper "The Canadian Pharmacist's Duty to Counsel," and was the first Canadian and first woman to win the international competition. She also received "Pharmacist of the Year" honours from The Manitoba Pharmaceutical Association in 1983.