Dr. Linda Suveges
B.S.P., M.Sc. (Sask.), Ph.D. (Purdue)Professor of Pharmacy and Director of Continuing Professional Development for Pharmacists
Director of CPDP and Professor of Pharmacy
Thorvaldson 121, Thorvaldson 116.4 (CPDP)
Phone: 306-966-6347, 306-966-6328 (CPDP)
Dr. Suveges has been on the faculty since 1981. She is also responsible for the continuing education programs for pharmacists in Saskatchewan.
Undergraduate topics in Pharmacy Practice, Social and Administrative Pharmacy and Communications.
Continuing education for health professionals; pharmacy education; non-prescription medications; consumer behavior; impact of pharmacists’ interventions on patient outcomes (especially self-medication); patient education.
Recent studies have focused on evaluation of two types of needs assessments in continuing pharmacy education; women in pharmacy: results of a Delphi study of pharmacists’ attitudes and beliefs; development of a national drug scheduling process and standards of practice for nonprescription drugs; and consumer behavior in selecting nonprescription cough and cold products.
L.G. Suveges and B.E. Allen, 1997. National Standards of Practice, A Report of the National Standards of Practice Committee of the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities.
L.G. Suveges, 1996. “Oral Health” Chapter in Nonprescription Drug Reference for Health Professionals, 1st Edition, Canadian Pharmaceutical Association.
S.M. Wallace, L.G. Suveges, and K.F. Gesy, 1995. Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting, Part I: Survey of Pharmacists and Physicians in Saskatchewan, Drug Information Journal, 29, 571-579.
L.G. Suveges, K.F. Gesy, S.M. Wallace, J.L. Blackburn, and W.C. Appel, 1995. Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting, Part II: Evaluation of the Saskatchewan Pilot Project for a Regional Reporting Program in Canada, Drug Information Journal, 29, 581-589.
L.G. Suveges and B.E. Allen, 1995. Harmonized Drug Schedules in Canada: Final Report of the Canadian Drug Advisory Committee [including Final Recommendations for National Drug Schedules and Drug Monographs], Report prepared on behalf of the Canadian Drug Advisory Committee (CDAC), May 1.
Research Category Key Words:
Pharmacy Practice, Non-prescription Drugs, Consumer Behaviour, Continuing Education, Self-medication.