Your Pharmacist
Your Partner in Health

Now more than ever, New Brunswick pharmacists can help make sure you’re as healthy as you can be.

Canada’s most trusted health care professionals, pharmacists are the medication experts. Highly trained, pharmacists have the most in-depth knowledge of drug therapies compared to all other healthcare professionals.

But New Brunswick pharmacists do so much more than just advise patients on their medications. Whether they are administering your flu shot or helping you stop smoking, they are accessible and vital front-line health care providers who are available to take care of you on evenings, weekends and on holidays without an appointment.

Register now for our latest RXed webinar - Practicing in the Pandemic: Workplace Wellbeing for Pharmacy Professionals. Join Valérie Hervieux from the University of Laval for an informative and engaging session that will identify the causes of stress in pharmacy settings and teach you targeted prevention strategies to help you prioritize your health

FREE for NBPA members.
$50 + HST for non-NBPA members.

Register for the French session on January 23, 2022HERE.
Register for the English session on January 30, 2022HERE.

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Your Pharmacist Can...

Give Flu Shots

Your pharmacist can provide New Brunswickers over the age of 2 with the flu shot, which is available free of charge to all New Brunswick residents as part of the new Universal Flu Vaccination Program.

It’s more important than ever for New Brunswickers to get their flu shots.

Give Flu Shots

Prescribe and Adapt Medications

  • Replace, extend and renew some existing prescriptions
  • Issue a new prescription for pre-existing conditions in an emergency situation
  • Alter prescriptions to accommodate special needs
  • Change the drug dosage/formulation
  • Make therapeutic substitutions
  • Establish collaborative practises with physicians
Prescribe and Adapt Medications

Help You Stop Smoking

Your New Brunswick pharmacist can help you develop an individualized plan to stop smoking.

Your local pharmacist can provide advice and counselling about:

  • Smoking cessation medications (both prescription and over the counter)
  • How to manage nicotine cravings and withdrawal symptoms
  • How to handle relapses
  • How to find other support networks and resources to help you quit
Help You Stop Smoking

Review Your Medications

Your New Brunswick pharmacist can conduct regular medication reviews to help prevent many adverse reactions and hospitalizations.

Your pharmacist will review each medication you are taking  to ensure you are taking it properly and to make sure none of the prescriptions interact with each other, or with over-the-counter products, natural health products or with food.

Review Your Medications

Perform Health Checks

Your New Brunswick pharmacist can also help you monitor a variety of conditions by performing health checks for conditions ranging from diabetes, asthma, cholesterol and high blood pressure.

Ask your local pharmacist for details.

Perform Health Checks

Assess and Treat Minor Ailments

Got a minor health condition that needs attention from a healthcare professional?

Why wait at an emergency room or after-hours clinic when your pharmacist may be able to help?

New Brunswick pharmacist can assess, treat and if necessary, prescribe for certain minor ailments like cold sores, uncomplicated urinary tract infections and allergies.

Just ask your pharmacist for details.

Assess and Treat Minor Ailments
Ask Your Pharmacist
Ask Your Pharmacist

Sussex pharmacist Kevin Duplisea dispenses information and advice on a wide range of pharmacy questions in a regular column published in several papers. If you have a question you’d like to see answered in his column, you can send it to him at


It is recommended you consult the Coronavirus website published by the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health for updates and guidance for both the public and health professionals alike.

NB Needs a Medication Waste Program

New Brunswick is one of the few provinces in Canada that does not have a province-wide environmental stewardship program to manage medication waste and used sharps. Nova Scotia’s medication waste program sees drug manufacturers take responsibility for their products from cradle to grave. We could do that here in New Brunswick too.

Your Hospital Pharmacist. Here to Help.

You know you can count on your community pharmacist to help with your medications and other healthcare needs. But did you know that when you are in hospital or an emergency room, you have another pharmacy team ready to help you? You benefit from having a hospital pharmacist on your team.

Minor Ailment Assessments
Minor Ailment Assessments

New Brunswick pharmacists can  treat and prescribe medications for certain common minor conditions such as diaper rashes, cold sores and heartburn.