Photo: Nunavut defends new telepharmacy plan

By JIM BELL

Nunavut government officials, Peter Ma, the deputy minister of health and social services, and Alana Froese, the GN’s director of pharmacy, defended their controversial telepharmacy plans at a press conference July 29, saying their new approach increases interaction between patients and pharmacists and does not threaten Inuit-owned pharmacies in Cambridge Bay and Rankin Inlet. (PHOTO BY JIM BELL)


Nunavut government officials, Peter Ma, the deputy minister of health and social services, and Alana Froese, the GN’s director of pharmacy, defended their controversial telepharmacy plans at a press conference July 29, saying their new approach increases interaction between patients and pharmacists and does not threaten Inuit-owned pharmacies in Cambridge Bay and Rankin Inlet. (PHOTO BY JIM BELL)

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