Mission Statement
Association, the largest and oldest state-wide organization representing the profession of pharmacy in Florida.

The mission of pharmacy is to serve society as the profession responsible for the appropriate use of medications, devices
and services to achieve optimal therapeutic outcomes.

In pursuit of that mission, DCPA:

  • advocates the interests of pharmacists in Miami-Dade County;

  • represents members on issues of economics, political action and public relations of interest to pharmacy;

  • promotes, supports and provides education for the enhancement of professional, management and leadership
    development;

  • promotes the highest professional and ethical standards of practice for the delivery of pharmaceutical care;

  • identifies, evaluates, and responds to trends and events that impact on pharmacy and the health care delivery
    system, and

  • provides for effective communications between pharmacists, health care organizations and the public.

Dade County Pharmacy Association
A unit association of the Florida Pharmacy Association
CONTACT US:

dcpa@dcpa.us
Business
Meetings
are held in
conjunction with the
regular Continuing
Education Programs.  
Members are
welcome to
participate in these
meetings.
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New Mailing Address for Dade County Pharmacy Association: c/o Aceves
1271 NE 97th Street, Miami Shores, FL 33138
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                  FLORIDA PHARMACY ASSOCIATION - HOUSE OF DELEGATES

The Florida Pharmacy Association held its 125th Annual Meeting and Convention on June 24 to 28, 2015 in St. Augustine, FL.  
The Dade County Pharmacy Association was well represented in attendance and at the House of Delegates.  

During the conference, the House of Delegates  decided on several policy issues for the association and the profession.  These
issues included housekeeping issues for the Florida Pharmacy Association such as retiring the treasurer's restricted health fair
account and modifications to the Association Bylaws.  

The House
passed a resolution requesting that the FPA advocate and support changes to Florida Laws and rules to allow
pharmacists to expand the emergency dispensing limit of chronic medications from 72hours to 30 days.

The House discussed several
other resolutions which were ultimately withdrawn by the authors or were referred to a standing
council for further elucidation.
 Topics involved:  1) the recognition of current and past members to a "Hall of Fame"; 2) term
limits for the FPA Board of Directors elected positions; 3) supporting pharmacists' autonomy to dispense greater than a 30 day
supply (i.e. 90 days) to facilitate copay savings for patients.

If you have any ideas for resolution topics, it is never too early to start the discussion and drafting process.
HANDOUTS FOR JANUARY PROGRAM
Click the links to download color handouts to your tablet or print black and white
handouts to bring to the seminar.
Saturday Medication Errors
B/W print                        Color
Saturday Rest of the Day
B/W for printing

Color for download
Sunday morning Track 1

Sunday morning Track 2
B/W for Printing

B/W for Printing
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Color for download
Sunday afternoon Track 1

Sunday afternoon Track 2
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B/W for Printing
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Color for download
Greta Pelegrin - DCPA President
Joy Marcus - DCPA President - Elect
The Dade County Pharmacy Association is proud to announce that Pharmacists Pelegrin and Marcus have agreed to serve as president and president-elect for
the upcoming 2 years.

The office of the
President is the most important office in our Unit Association. The President provides the leadership and guidance the Association needs to
be successful. The President has overall responsibility for seeing that the Association provides the positive, supportive environment its members need to fulfill
their goals. The Association actively recruits new members and retains current ones.  As the Association's leader, one of the President's responsibilities is to
analyze and evaluate the Association's strengths and weaknesses and help the Association become the best it can be. As this is done, there will be the
opportunity to develop and practice leadership skills that can be used in all areas of life. The President will set goals, plan, develop strategies, delegate, coach
and recognize people for their efforts.

The President-Elect...
•         Assists in developing and implementing plans for the growth and development of the Association.
•         Encourages members to participate in the Association's activities and programs.
•         Attends and participate in Executive Committee meetings.
•        Presides in the absence of the President.