PEBC pharmacist and technician competency surveys - your participation is requested!
June 30, 2015
The Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) needs pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in active practice to participate in a survey designed to evaluate competencies required at entry to professional practice. If you currently practice in a patient care setting, ACP encourages you to participate in the survey. Your feedback is important to developing entry to practice evaluations that reflect the basic competencies that require testing before candidates are admitted to our practice registers.
Please note that some institutions may block the links to SurveyMonkey. If this occurs, please use a home computer. If the link still does not work, please send your name, personal e-mail address, and province/territory to PEBCTechs@proexam.org.
The National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) recently updated the competencies that form the basis of the test content for the PEBC Qualifying Examinations for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. Throughout June and July, PEBC is conducting surveys across Canada with pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to help evaluate the importance of each of the competencies required at the beginning of professional practice. Data from the surveys will be used to update the Qualifying Examinations to reflect the revised competencies.