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California Pharmacists Association Launches New, Revamped Website
[January 12, 2018]

California Pharmacists Association Launches New, Revamped Website

California Pharmacists Association (CPhA) launched the new website to kick-off the new year. Features of the new site include mobile responsive, simplified layout, ease of use navigation, industry standard security and targeted content representing all areas of pharmacy practice.

"The new website is a great resource for our members," said CPhA President, Dr. Vinson Lee. "Since practicing pharmacists, technicians and student pharmacists are always on the go, our mobile friendly option makes it easy for them to access what they need, wherever they are."

Members have full access to the new Resource Library which provides a wide variety of topicsthat may help members practice pharmacy in a more efficient and productive manner. The updated Continuing Education events section gives a constantly updated list of accreditation opportunities throughout California for 2018.

"We are excited for our members to experience the new website," noted CPhA CEO, Jon Roth. "Attention to detail in giving our members access to information that affects them, whether it's advocacy, education or even job opportunities, our new site is designed to accommodate pharmacists needs."

About California Pharmacists Association

The California Pharmacists Association (CPhA) is the largest statewide professional society of pharmacists in the United States. CPhA represents pharmacists in all practice settings in fulfilling its mission to promote the health of the public through the practice of pharmacy. For more information on CPhA, please visits

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