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  • A Framework for Assessing Competencies at Entry to Practice Through Structured Practical Training Programs

    The document is one component of the National Model Licensing Program for Pharmacists.

  • Cannabis Position Statement

    NAPRA’s position statement on cannabis for medical and non-medical purposes and the role of pharmacy practitioners.

  • Guidelines to Pharmacy Compounding

    FOR REFERENCE ONLY: The release of the third and final instalment of the Model Standards documents for pharmacy compounding (for non-sterile preparations) will replace NAPRA’s Guidelines to Pharmacy Compounding (2006).

  • Language Proficiency Requirements for Licensure as a Pharmacist in Canada

    Language proficiency is an essential skill required of all pharmacists in the day-to-day practice of pharmacy in Canada. NAPRA’s standards were developed for use by pharmacy regulatory authorities in the licensure of pharmacists.

  • Language Proficiency Requirements for Licensure as a Pharmacy Technician in Canada

    Language proficiency is an essential skill required of all pharmacy technicians in the day-to-day practice of pharmacy in Canada. NAPRA’s standards were developed for use by pharmacy regulatory authorities in the licensure of pharmacy technicians.  

  • Mobility Agreement for Canadian Pharmacists

    The Agreement, to support labour mobility of licensed pharmacists within Canada, establishes the conditions under which a pharmacist licensed in one jurisdiction will have his or her qualifications recognized in another jurisdiction.

  • Model Standards for Pharmacy Compounding of Hazardous Sterile Preparations

    NAPRA’s suite of model standards for pharmacy compounding comprises three model standards, with one pertaining to non-hazardous sterile preparations, one to hazardous sterile preparations, and one to non-sterile preparations.   The first two model standards related to sterile preparation…

  • Model Standards for Pharmacy Compounding of Non-hazardous Sterile Preparations

    NAPRA’s suite of model standards for pharmacy compounding comprises three model standards, with one pertaining to non-hazardous sterile preparations, one to hazardous sterile preparations, and one to non-sterile preparations.   The first two model standards related to sterile preparation…

  • Model Standards of Practice for Canadian Pharmacists

    The Model Standards of Practice for Canadian Pharmacists specify the minimum standards of practice a pharmacist must meet and against which their performance will be measured by their regulatory authority. They apply to all practicing pharmacists.

  • Model Standards of Practice for Canadian Pharmacy Technicians

    The Model Standards of Practice for Canadian Pharmacy Technicians specify the minimum standards of practice a pharmacy technician must meet, and against which their performance will be measured by their regulatory authority. The standards apply to all practicing pharmacy technicians.