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About Wendy Bordman

Wendy Bordman graduated from the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto. She is currently the Retail Pharmacy Manager at the Hospital for Sick Children. In 2012, Wendy received her Certified Diabetes Educator designation and conducts many diabetes-related medication reviews for both adults and children. She has also served as an advisor and reviewer for professional organizations and the pharmaceutical industry in the area of diabetes and sits on sub-committees for the Ministry of Health. Wendy continues to be actively involved with interdisciplinary research and education, including speaking at The Pediatrics for Pharmacists conference held by Sick Kids Hospital and acting as a Clinical Instructor at the Leslie Dan School of Pharmacy on the topics of Diabetes and Pediatrics.

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