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Master Thesis

La pharmacie d'officine au Québec : un modèle transposable en France ?

Abstract : Pharmacy, in France as in Quebec, is a profession in constant evolution. The pharmacist must seek to best adapt to the needs and expectations of the population. Over the years, Quebec community pharmacists have risen to this challenge. With Loi 41 and then Loi 31, they were given a range of new missions, giving them the opportunity to greatly diversify their practice, in order to optimize patient care in complete safety. On the other side of the Atlantic, the French pharmacist also seems to be on the move towards more new missions. Since the HPST law of 2009 which was a real revolution in the definition and role of the pharmacist, new laws have again strengthened the role of the pharmacist in the coordination of care. Vaccination at the pharmacy, medication reports, renewal and adjustment of prescription, but also dispensation under protocol, the profession is at the heart of many mutations. How did the Quebec system become a model of pharmacy practice? What were the keys to such an evolution? Are there similar new practices in France that are likely to energize and enhance our profession? How could they be further developed? What are the obstacles? So many questions that we will try to answer through this thesis.
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Léa Gauthier. La pharmacie d'officine au Québec : un modèle transposable en France ?. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2020. ⟨dumas-03077883⟩



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