The National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) proudly unveiled the new Mobility Agreement for Canadian Pharmacists (MACP) on Nov. 1, 2009.
The agreement – which captures commonly held principles and requirements to allow the movement of pharmacists across Canada without imposing unreasonable or discriminatory requirements – is a significant document for pharmacists.
“What we achieved is outstanding. With the signing of the agreement by all of Canada’s pharmacy regulatory authorities, it recognizes the high degree of commonality in our profession and provides enhanced mobility for our pharmacists,” said NAPRA President Dianne Donnan.
Full press release – http://napra.ca/Content_Files/Files/NR_MACP_AMPC_November112009_Final.pdf
Originally published in the November 17, 2009, issue of The Link