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Clinical pharmacists needed for PEBC survey

August 11, 2009

In August, the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) is conducting a survey to evaluate entry-to-practice competencies required of pharmacists.

Clinical pharmacists are needed to take the survey. If you are in active practice and are willing to participate, please take a few minutes now to register for the survey.

Participants will be asked to rate the competencies in NAPRA’s Professional Competencies for Canadian Pharmacists at Entry to Practice document to determine the relative importance of the competency elements. PEBC will use the data from the survey to update the Qualifying Exam to reflect the revised competency elements.

It is critical that a large number of pharmacists from Alberta participate to accurately reflect practice in our jurisdiction and to ensure that the PEBC Qualifying Exam closely reflects current pharmacy practice. We encourage you to help shape the future of the profession by participating.

Originally published in the August 11, 2009, issue of The Link


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