Canadian Association of Chain Drug Stores

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Canadian Association of Chain Drug Stores

Canadian Association of Chain Drug Stores is the national association that represents the community pharmacy industry in Canada. The retail members of CACDS are traditional chain and banner drug stores, grocery chains and mass merchandisers with pharmacies. Together, CACDS members operate 6,200 pharmacies that dispense 70 per cent of the nation's prescriptions each year. CACDS associate members include product and service suppliers to the drug store industry, including manufacturers of pharmaceuticals, over-the-counter remedies and medical devices, health and beauty aids, consumer packaged goods and general merchandise, wholesalers and distributors, media, marketing and research companies. The Canadian Women’s Health Network (CWHN) was created in 1993 as a voluntary national organization to improve the health and lives of girls and women in Canada and the world by collecting, producing, distributing and sharing knowledge, ideas, education, information, resources, strategies and inspirations. We are a far-reaching web of researchers and activists, mothers, daughters, caregivers, and family members, people working in community clinics and on hospital floors, at the university, in provincial and federal health ministries, and in women’s organizations, all dedicated to bettering women’s health and equality. The Canadian Women’s Health Network: Establishes a visible national presence for women’s health in Canada. Provides user-friendly and reliable health information, resources and research. Works to change inequitable health policies and practices by contributing women’s voices and expertise. Acts as a knowledge broker for researchers, clinicians, decision makers, media and the public. Encourages community-based participatory research. Monitors emerging issues and trends affecting women’s health and acts as a forum for debate on women’s health research and policy issues.

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