Canadian pharmacy students and interns unified for excellence, advocacy and academics in pharmacy.

National President-Elect

Pierre Thabet

National President-Elect

Pierre Thabet

Dalhousie University, 3rd Year

Education (Prior to pharmacy school): I spent two years at the University of Ottawa working on my B.Sc in Biomedical Sciences.

Hobbies: In my free time I like to disconnect and spend time outdoors hiking, biking, canoeing. If I don’t have enough time to escape the city, you’ll find me spending with with my friends and family.

Position Goals:

  1. Assist the current president, and rest of council, with their duties to help assure CAPSI’s success and sustainability as well as learn as much as possible to favor a successful term come my turn.
  2. Increase involvement of members by increasing/improving benefits and increasing social media activity.
  3. Represent students from across the country in advocating for the advancement of our profession towards excellence in patient centered-care.

Career Goals:

After completing my pharmacy degree, I hope to offer patient/family centered-care. I look forward to working in a setting that will allow me to accomplish this all whilst continuing my learning, contributing to the advancement of the profession, and promoting the role of the pharmacist as integral member to an inter-professional healthcare team.

Duties for National President-Elect

  • Learn about the function and intricacies of CAPSI
  • Consult with the President regularly and assist the President in all aspects of his/her duties when needed.
  • Serve as Vice-Chairman of the General and Executive Council meetings and during the absence of the President he/she shall perform such duties and exercise such powers.
  • To prepare reports for the Annual Meetings (PDW and CPhA conferences) and when appropriate to inform the Executive and General Council.
  • Act as the Liaison between the Academy of Students in Pharmacy (ASP) and CAPSI.
  • Act as the Liaison between the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists (CSHP) and CAPSI.
  • Play a secondary supportive function in projects and initiatives.
  • Organize and prepare agendas for the turnover meetings at the beginning of his/her presidential term (CPhA Conference).
  • Participate as an active member of the Executive Council, offering feedback and input on any issues and discussions that arise.