CAPhO’s website – tailored to our members
Take a look around CAPhO’s revamped website – with a fresh new design, improved navigation to help you find whatever you need, consistent experience on all devices (phone, tablet and desktop), and new features that make your membership even more valuable:
- Member Centre, tailored by you and giving you more of a personalized presence
- Learning Centre, a key source of professional education, accessible 24/7
- Community Centre, a gathering spot for members to discuss issues and share ideas related to oncology pharmacy and the Association
- An improved Resource library with easy search functions for past CAPhO Conference presentations and posters, webinars and other educational materials
- An improved News & Updates experience that allows CAPhO to inform members and the public on educational events and key questions involving oncology pharmacy and the Association
Members, want to see these features in action? Log in and start exploring! (Check your inbox. You will have received an email with the subject line “CAPhO’s revamped website launch: Your personal login details” including your log in instructions.)
First step: Become familiar with your Member Dashboard. This is your landing page for the Member Centre, providing a quick update on news, resources and member programs and services.
Second step: The Dashboard provides a link to your Member Profile. This page is linked to your Member Details, and allows members to get to know you and connect with you online. On the Member Details page, be sure to upload your photo, short bio and contact details so that your Member Profile is up to date. Form a good habit by logging out of the website when you are done for the day so that your updated information gets circulated across the website.
Third step: Take one minute to let us know your thoughts.
On behalf of the Board of Directors, we hope you will take full advantage of these new tools, and we look forward to receiving your feedback. Enjoy navigating CAPhO.
Phil Shaheen, Past President
Tina Crosbie, President