Top 10 Canadian Pharmacists to Follow on Twitter

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Twitter provides insight into the latest pharmacy updates and trending discussions, and it is no surprise that pharmacists are often leading these conversations. These pharmacists use their platform to provide informative content that adds significant value to #TwitteRx. We have put together a list of pharmacists that can be trusted to deliver quality content to your Twitter feed.

Continue reading to uncover the Top 10 Canadian Pharmacists on Twitter…

Kristen Watt (@pharmacistMama)

Kristen is in the medical spotlight as a pharmacist and has also taken an admirable step toward being a successful entrepreneur! She owns a pharmacy that focuses on prioritizing clinical care and patient experience. Her Twitter content is primarily about general pharmacy knowledge and clinical practice tips. From time to time, she entertains her followers with highly relatable humour!

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Dr. Miranda So (@ASP_MirandaS)

Dr. Miranda has quite an impressive career. She is a Pharmacotherapy Specialist at the Sinai Health-University Health Network Antimicrobial Stewardship Program, an Assistant Professor at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto, and a Clinician-Investigator at the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute. Her dedication to her profession is reflected in her tweets, which focus on informative research studies and relevant pharmacy-related content. If you’re looking to stay up to date with the latest pharmaceutical news – her account is a great place to start!

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Lindsay Dixon (@lindsaydixonFP5)

With just under 1,000 followers on Twitter and over 10,000 subscribers on YouTube, Lindsay is using her platform to advocate for pharmacists and provide health education to the public. Her vast knowledge of various medical topics continuously motivates people to increase their awareness of important health issues. For informative pharmacy-related tweets and information, Lindsay is a must-follow!

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Dr. Danielle Paes (@CdnPharmChief)

As the Chief Pharmacist Officer at the Canadian Pharmacists Association, Dr. Paes uses her platform to shed light on the needs of pharmacists across the country. Her feed emphasizes conversations about topics including equality in the workplace, how to prevent the impacts of systemic racism, and ways to innovate and improve healthcare. Dr. Paes also ensures that she highlights future leaders of the profession – current pharmacy students!

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Dr. Kelly Grindrod (@kgrindrod)

Aside from being an Associate Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Waterloo, Dr. Grindrod is also highly interested in how digital technologies promote the safe and effective use of medications. If you are curious to know more about digital medication management, be sure to check out her feed and give her a follow!

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Amir Imani (@TheAmirImani)

Amir regularly shares information about medications and diseases with his online network of 2,000+ followers. One of the benefits of following Amir is that he dedicates a portion of his tweets to addressing medical misinformation. His feed of educational and informative tweets is something that you do not want to miss.

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Lisa McCarthy (@pharmacist_lisa)

Dr. McCarthy is a pharmacist and a Clinician Scientist. Her research and clinical practice focus on medication management, specifically for older adults. Her primary goal is to reduce medication-related harm so people can have better experiences with their medication. Are you curious about the most optimal ways to prescribe medications? Follow her to find out this answer and more!

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Kyro Maseh (@kyromaseh)

Kyro is a pharmacist and the owner of Lawlor Pharmacy, located in Toronto, Ontario. Through his constant advocacy for patient health, Kyro has proven to be a leader in the pharmacy profession. He is passionate about providing mentorship opportunities and empowering pharmacy students to reach their full potential.

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Shelita Dattani (@shelsrx)

If you are looking for a female leader in the pharmacy profession, look no further than Shelita! One look at her Twitter feed will show that Shelita is a strong advocate for pharmacy in healthcare. She is often involved in conversations centred around the best ways to move the profession forward. As an educator and public speaker, it is no surprise that she inspires her followers every day with her tweets.

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Mina Tadrous (@mina_t)

Mina is an Assistant Professor at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto. He currently leads research focused on drug policies, a topic frequently mentioned throughout his tweets. His feed highlights relevant news articles about drug policies and informative research studies. If you want to stay in the loop about some interesting drug-related topics, Mina is the person to follow!

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Pharmacists consistently show their dedication to the profession, and they make efforts to use their active voices to activate their Twitter network. If you want to stay up-to-date with the latest pharmacists impacting the healthcare space on Twitter, this list is a great place to start!

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