Sean McKelveym, BSc is a pharmacy graduate from the University of British Columbia in 1990, Sean is a recognized leader in pharmacist practice change across Canada. Sean and his colleagues have been acknowledged numerous times for innovative programs including the Canadian Pharmacists Association Patient Care Achievement Award for Innovation and the BC Pharmacy Association Ben Gant award for Innovation. In 2008 Sean was awarded the prestigious CACDS Len Mark’s Award which recognizes an individual for demonstrating outstanding dedication to the advancement of pharmacy.
The Institute for Personalized Therapeutic Nutrition (IPTN) is a multidisciplinary collaboration between researchers, academics, physicians, pharmacists and allied health professionals. The overall objective of the IPTN is to implement an evidence based “food first” approach to treating and preventing medical conditions. This new model of care will significantly reduce unnecessary suffering and costs and will dramatically improve health outcomes and quality of life.