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Waterloo’s clinical associate professor, Dr. Tejal Patel, has teamed up with QRxDigital to include QR codes on medication bottles that link to an instructional video that patients can view at home. 

Monday, March 18, 2024

Discovering a new career path

Kelsey Mar (Rx2025) was inspired by past student co-op work terms in Moose Factory to experience pharmacy in a rural setting herself.

This year’s Pharmacy Appreciation Month theme is “Experience the power of pharmacy” and recognizes the important contributions of pharmacy professionals. Our students are the future of pharmacy. We’re highlighting some of our Rx2025 student leaders and their experiences as Waterloo Pharmacy students.

Khrystine Waked (Rx2018) is a pharmacist at a family health team and an adjunct clinical assistant professor. She completed the University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy Ambulatory Care Residency Program in 2019, the second resident to graduate.

Professional Development Week (PDW) is an annual pharmacy-student run conference in partnership with the Canadian Association of Pharmacy Students and Interns (CAPSI) exclusive to CAPSI members. This year, 23 Waterloo delegates attended the conference held in Toronto, ON, taking home many awards.

Rahima Shokoya (Rx2025) has faced many challenges and has overcome racial barriers throughout her life. The challenges she faces as a Black woman will not stop her from becoming the best pharmacist she can be.