More clinical pharmacists needed for PEBC survey
August 25, 2009
More Alberta pharmacists are needed to take the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) survey to evaluate entry-to-practice competencies required of pharmacists. So far, only 70 pharmacists from Alberta have registered as compared to 252 from BC and 176 from Saskatchewan.
It is critical that a large number of clinical pharmacists from Alberta participate to accurately reflect practice in our jurisdiction and to ensure that the PEBC Qualifying Exam closely reflects current pharmacy practice.
If you are in active practice and are willing to participate, please take a few minutes now to register now for the survey.
Originally published in the August 25, 2009, issue of The Link