March is Pharmacy Appreciation Month (PAM), an annual event when pharmacy professionals across Canada are recognized for our critical contributions to health care.

At the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, we are leaders in shaping and visioning the future of pharmacy practice in the delivery of our educational programs, through health systems research and policy influence, and the scholarship of education in health professions.

Throughout the month of March, check back here to learn more about the incredible work our faculty and students are doing to shape the future of pharmacy.

#PAM2023 #ThankYouPharmacy

Upcoming Events

IPSF Bake Sale

IPSF U of T: Bake Sale & Raffle Fundraiser

March 20 - 29, 2023

All proceeds will be donated to Drug Free Kids Canada.

Located in the Leslie L. Dan Faculty of Pharmacy Building Atrium.

Interprofessional Collaboration in the Context of Bipolar Disorder

Interprofessional Collaboration in the Context of Bipolar Disorder

Thursday, March 23, 2023
6:00pm - 8:00pm

CAPSI UofT and UW x UTIHI will be offering an IPE event intended to promote a thoughtful discussion regarding healthcare professionals’ collaboration in actual practice, focusing on how an interprofessional team works together to solve a patient case.


Kids in Medicine 2023 Presenters Call out

Final call for Kids in Medicine Outreach Initiative

Kids in Medicine (KIM) is an outreach initiative held each
Pharmacy Appreciation Month (PAM) with a goal to increase
public awareness of how pharmacists contribute to providing
patient care for several conditions or addressing certain health

Reach out to @capsiuoft on Instagram to learn more.

I'm Pharmacy Podcast

On this episode of the I'm Pharmacy Podcast, we dig into the pandemic, what the last three years have looked like, and if we are ready for the next one. To discuss, we chat with Emily Musing, inaugural leader in residence at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy. And former VP clinical and the chief Patient Safety Officer at the University Health Network, as well as Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy Assistant Professor and mRNA expert, Bowen Li.

Celebrating our Community