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CURRICULUM VITAE
I.
II.
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Name:
Anne-Rose Goldin
Address:
2130 Scott, apt. 21
St-Laurent, Quebec
H4M 1T2
Tel:
(514) 748-5455
Email :
[email protected]
Citizenships:
Canadian and French
Languages:
English and French
EDUCATION
1993-1998
Université de Montréal
DESS: Graduate degree in Drug Development
1987-1992
Université de Montréal
Diploma : Bachelor in Pharmacy (B. Pharm.)
1978-1981
McGill University
Diploma: Bachelor in Biology (B.Sc.)
Major in Neurobiology and Comparative Physiology
1966 ss.
Collège Marie de France
III.
WORK EXPERIENCE
1.
MEDICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL
1999
Consultant, expert-witness in pharmacy
Employer : Charles Leblanc, attorney-at-law
1999
Jean Coutu Pharmacy
Pharmacist
Employer: Richard Cardinal, pharmacist
Tel : (514) 326-3503
Accomplishments:
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1998
a.
Streamlining and improving a unidose distribution system in several chronic care
facilities.
b.
Community pharmacy related activities.
Maison-Mère des Soeurs de la Providence
Pharmacist
Employer: Irving Saffran, pharmacist
Accomplishments:
1997
a.
Organization and implementation of a unidose distribution system.
b.
Organization of various therapeutic activities for the patients.
c.
In-house ressource person for all questions from staff or patients regarding prescriptions
or over the counter drugs.
d.
Active participation in all pharmacy related comities.
Obonsoins pharmacy
Pharmacist
Supervisor: M. Amselem, pharmacist
Tel: (514) 747-9889
Maimonides Hospital Geriatric Center
Vacation replacement
Chief pharmacist
Supervisor: Christine Boyle, M.B.A.
Tel: (514) 483-2121, extension 232
1996
Merck Frosst Canada Inc.
5 month contract
Consultant, Regulatory Affairs
Supervisor: Jade H. Dagher
Senior Associate, Regulatory Affairs
Tel: (514) 428-3378
Accomplishments:
2
a.
Review and update of Product Monographs based on the Worldwide Corporate labelling
and Merck & Co. internal policies. Ensure compliance of the updated Product
Monograph with the Drugs Directorate Guidelines.
b.
Prepare a technical database in accordance with the Drugs directorate Comprehensive
Summary for Chemistry and Manufacturing templates.
Maimonides Hospital Geriatric Center
One year contract
Chief pharmacist
Supervisor: Christine Boyle, M.B.A.
Tel: (514) 483-2121, extension 232
1994-1995
Accomplishments:
1994
a.
Reorganization and simplification of pharmacy administrative procedures.
b.
Revision of drug purchasing procedures (in collaboration with the accounting
department).
c.
Development of information documents for nurses regarding:
Intravenous administration techniques.
Which drugs cannot be crushed and why?
Administration techniques for antibiotics
d.
Implementation of a protocol for constipation and other clinical activities.
e.
Active participation on the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
f.
Preparation for the visit of the Canadian Council on Health Services Accreditation.
g.
Supervision of two pharmacy technicians.
Centre de Santé St-Henri
4 month replacement
Chief pharmacist
Supervisor: Dr. M. Montplaisir
Tel : (514) 931-0851, extension 113
Accomplishment:
Development and implementation of a practical course on inhalation therapy for nurses.
1994
Berlex Canada Inc.
Scientific Information Officer
1993
Pharmaprix Pharmacy
Full time pharmacist
Owner: Pierre Dicaire, pharmacist
3
1993
Medis Inc.
Pharmacist, supervisor of the Narcotics Department (temporary position)
Supervisor: Michel Peltier
Tel: (514) 593-4531
Accomplishments:
a.
Application and adherence to laws and regulations concerning narcotic drugs: Shipping
and receiving; inventory control, department security management; regular reporting to
the Bureau of Dangerous Drugs.
b.
Responsible for the productivity and the work quality of four unionized employees.
c.
Maintenance of optimal customer service.
d.
Coordination of interdepartmental operations.
1993
Uniprix pharmacy
Part-time pharmacist
Owner: Francine Bélanger, pharmacist
1993
Uniprix pharmacy
Full and part-time pharmacist
Owner: Gaétan Couillard, pharmacist
1992-1993
Cumberland pharmacies
Flying team
Pharmacist in various pharmacies.
1992
Cumberland pharmacy
Intern in Community Pharmacy
Owner: D. Leclaire, pharmacist
1991
Rhône-Poulenc-Rorer Canada Inc.
PMAC Scholar in Industrial Pharmacy
Supervisor: J. Kerba, V.P. Manufacturing
1990
Montreal Children's Hospital
Intern in Hospital Pharmacy
Supervisor: J.P. Lemoine, pharmacist
1989
Obonsoins pharmacy
Trainee and pharmacy technician
Supervisor: M. Amselem, pharmacist
1981-1982
Montreal Clinical Research Institute
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Neurobiology Department
Research Assistant
Supervisor: Dr A. Barbeau
1980
McGill University
Anaesthesia Research Department
Student Independent Research
Advisor: Dr. J. L. Henry
Project: Effects of Intrathecally Administered Peptides
on Spinal Nociceptive Pathways.
1980
Montreal Neurological Institute
Research Assistant
Supervisors: Drs. G. Kostopoulos and P. Gloor
Project: Penicillin-induced Epilepsy in the Cat.
1979-1981
Montreal Neurological Hospital
Social Work Volunteer
Supervisor: Mrs. V. Bound
1979
McGill University
Physiology Department
Research Assistant
Supervisor: Dr. C. Polosa
Project: Effects of CO2 and of O2 on Spinal Sympathetic Neurons.
2.
OTHER WORK-RELATED EXPERIENCES
1989
Shanfield Freedman and Associates
Attorneys-at-law
Researcher
Supervisor: Mrs. Frances Freedman
Accomplishment:
Implementation of a documentation system.
1988-1990
Private french lessons
1986-1988
Astral Bellevue Pathé Films
Quality Control Department
Laboratory technician
1983
McGill University
Research Assistant
Supervisor: Dr. J. Kahn
Project: National Hospital Survey.
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IV.
ASSOCIATIONS
1988 ss.
1987 ss.
1987 ss.
Canadian Pharmaceutical Association (CphA)
Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec
Association canadienne-française pour l'avancement des sciences (ACFAS)
V.
PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS
1991
Scholarship in Industrial Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association of Canada (PMAC)
1991
Certificate of Excellence for the First Cycle III Internship Report
Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec
First prize in Industrial Pharmacy in Canada ($ 1000.00)
Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
1989
Certificate of Excellence for the First Cycle I Internship Report
Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec
VI.
COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE
Windows platform.Wordperfect 8.0 and Microsoft Office 97. Working knowledge of the
Internet.
References:
Available on demand.
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