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Your Pharmacy Experience

Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians work to make sure that you receive safe and effective health care.

Every pharmacist and pharmacy technician in BC is registered with the College to ensure that they are fully qualified to fulfill their roles.

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Practice Review Program

The Practice Review Program (PRP) is an in-person review of a pharmacy professional's practice and the pharmacy where they work. Under the PRP, every pharmacy professional and pharmacy will be reviewed at least once every six years to ensure they meet College standards.

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We're excited to have @picardonhealth as our #CPBC125 Future of #Pharmacy Conference & Gala! https://t.co/4XkFit4w29 #BCHealth #bchc
May 27
@CPhAAPhC's CDN Pharmacy Leadership Survey closes next Tuesday. Contribute your thoughts here https://t.co/DDOkq1x8Lj
May 27
Does your #pharmacy distribute Palliative Care Home Kits? Pharmacy Managers are invited to share their insight. https://t.co/NbB39Axyw3
May 27

Complaints Resolution

The College of Pharmacists of British Columbia protects the public by ensuring that registered pharmacy professionals provide safe and effective pharmacy care. Contact the College if you have any concerns about the delivery of pharmacy care. 

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Pharmacists & Pharmacy Technicians

PharmaNet

PharmaNet is a secure network that links all pharmacies in British Columbia to a central set of data systems. Managed by the BC Ministry of Health, PharmaNet stores every prescription in the province.

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Legislation & Standards

The College of Pharmacists of British Columbia receives its authority from - and is responsible for administering - provincial pharmacy legislation. Our job is to protect public health by registering pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, and licensing the places where they practice.

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