Conference Overview 2021

CPERC 2021 went Virtual!

CPERC 2021 Program

Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, AFPC’s 2021 annual Canadian Pharmacy Education and Research Conference (CPERC) was held virtually over 11 days, from June 1-17. 65 speakers shared innovations and research in pharmacy education, discussed current challenges and exchanged ideas.

If you missed some of the live sessions, you can still view the presentation videos and access the speakers’ slides on the CPERC 2021 virtual platform. :

Didn't attend CPERC 2021? REGISTER NOW for only $50! Your registration allows you watch the videos and access the speakers' slides, abstracts and other resources from the 11 days. Presentations will be accessible until March 2022.

CPERC 2021 opened on June 1 with a session on Equity-Diversity-Inclusion and Anti-Racism, with keynote speaker Dr. Sean Wharton. There was ae half-day Program Evaluation Symposium on June 9 co-hosted by Université Laval and Université de Montréal, and featuring keynote speaker Dr. Danielle Blouin from Queen’s University. Other conference highlights included:

  • Faculty Updates on Innovation in Education
  • Indigenous Initiatives across Canada’s Schools of Pharmacy – Practical Tips to Aid Implementation: hosted by the AFPC Truth & Reconciliation SIG
  • AFPC-UBC Academic Electronic Health Record (aEHR) Project
  • 3 Mini Sessions, each with 4 presentations
  • AFPC Special Interest Group Sessions: Skills Lab SIG, PEP-C Experiential Education SIG, Educational Assessment SIG, Medicinal Chemistry SIG

CPERC 2022 will be June 14-17 in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, co-hosted by Memorial University and Dalhousie University. We’re excited to get together again and reconnect.

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