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  • 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 implementation of the model standards is under the autho…

  • 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 implementation of the model standards is under the autho…

  • Model Standards for Pharmacy Compounding of Non-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 implementation of the model standards is under the authority…

  • 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.

  • Model Standards on Pharmacy Services via Internet

    This document is maintained by NAPRA for reference only.

  • Pharmacists’ Scope of Practice in Canadian Jurisdictions

    The scope of practice of a pharmacist varies for each jurisdiction across Canada. The table summarizes the current scope of practice for pharmacists in all provinces and territories, and indicates where proposed changes are in progress.

  • Pharmacy Jurisprudence Competencies for Licensure as a Pharmacist in Canada (1998)

    FOR REFERENCE ONLY – While jurisprudence examinations are administered at the provincial/territorial level by the pharmacy regulatory authorities, this document created by NAPRA in 1998 is available for reference purposes only.

  • Pharmacy Practice Management Systems (PPMS)

    NAPRA’s requirements for Pharmacy Practice Management Systems (PPMS) are minimum requirements for information management systems used by pharmacy professionals in the delivery of quality care and services. There are 38 requirements which are contained in two documents: Pharmacy Practice Manage…

  • Pharmacy Practice Management Systems (PPMS) - Frequently Asked Questions