I’m thrilled to work in partnership with the
! Quebec Order of Pharmacists (OPQ) for Pharmacy Awareness Week 2019
For the occasion, I’ve created a comic that will be distributed to pharmacies throughout Quebec and provided to clients who come in for a new prescription.
is to explain what happens while one waits for their medication, which is a
total mystery for most people! Ultimately, the goal is to demystify the work of
pharmacists, and to show what we do – and can do – for the public.
I like the idea of learning without realizing it, hence the absurd visual metaphors. I hope people will receive the comic in the waiting room and be like “
What is that?!“. This sounds like a good starting point 🙂
The comic was created for pharmacists and for the public. In other words, it’s yours.
. Upon request, I can also provide you with a ultra-HD version, which you could print on giant canvas for display on cliffs, skyscrapers, etc. Here’s a link to the PDF version (8.5 x 11″; includes a 0.25″ bleed)
like to use it outside of Quebec, please let us know, I’m sure we can figure
something out 🙂
A huge thank you to OPQ, to all pharmacists and pharmacy staff members, and to all of you for your interest in this project!
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I had the immense honor to interview
, “ Dr Edzard Ernst world’s foremost expert on complementary and alternative therapies (CAM)“, for an episode of my TV show on the topic of osteopathy.
Here’s the full interview :
(the intro is in French, but the interview itself is in English)
And for those who might be interested, here’s the trailer for the episode (
in French only):
I was asked by lactation consultants to provide an English translation for the teaser on the “ Breastfeeding” episode of my (French Canadian) TV show.
Now that it’s done, I might as well post it here too 🙂
(note : click the “CC” logo on the bottom-right corner to activate the subtitles)
Back in Sep. 2012, I created a weird blog/website hybrid about health & science named . It eventually became somewhat popular in the French-speaking world. Le Pharmachien
Today, due to popular demand (and a ill-advised need to fill up more of my spare time), I’m releasing its English version: The Pharmafist.
Comics will have to be translated one by one, obviously, and I very much doubt I can do it all by myself. So if you feel like translating your favorite one, please give me a shout here or on Facebook.
P.S. Don’t even think about making a joke involving fists and all. I’ve heard them all in my head already.