Learn more about our Board members.
Review Board meeting dates for the year.
Review Board meeting minutes and read highlights.
Learn more about our Annual General Meeting.
Learn more about the College Board.
Learn more about our leadership team.
Learn more about the College's organizational structure.
This section is for new pharmacist registration.
This section is for new pharmacy technician registration.
Information on how to renew registration with the College.
Different renewal options from pharmacy professionals.
Registration expired within 90 days.
Registration as a Full Registrant has expired for more than 90 days, and Full Registration will be completed within 6 years from the date last registered as a Full Registrant.
Registration as a Full Registrant has expired for 6 years or more from the date last registered as a Full Registrant.
This section is for pharmacists who want to become certified to administer immunizations by injection and intranasal route.
Learn more about declarations you can submit on eServices upon successful completion of certain requirement(s) in the bylaws/Professional Practice Policies.
This section provides more information about the College's criminal record check process.
This section is an overview of the Jurisprudence Exam process.
Learn more about the name change process.
Learn how to order a letter of standing.
Learn how to order a replacement registration certificate.
Learn more about Structured Practical Training.
Learn about Professional Liability Insurance for Pharmacy Professionals
Learn more about the registration committee policy.
Learn more about the process for a registration application that is referred to the Registration Committee for review.
This section will highlight the Registration Department's most frequently asked questions.
Learn how to apply for a community pharmacy licence.
Learn how to apply for a hospital pharmacy licence.
Learn how to apply for a pharmacy education site licence.
Learn how to apply for a community telepharmacy licence.
Learn how to apply for a hospital pharmacy satellite licence.
Pharmacy Licensure Guide
Learn how to renew a pharmacy licence.
Learn how to apply for reinstating a pharmacy licence that has expired within 90 days.
Applying for a change of ownership from one legal entity to another (including amalgamation).
Applying for a change of directors, officers, and/or shareholders of a BC non-publicly traded corporation.
Applying for a change of pharmacy manager.
Applying for a change of authorized representatives of a direct owner that is not a corporation.
Reporting a name change of a corporation (direct or indirect owner).
Applying for a change of the pharmacy name.
Applying for relocation of a pharmacy.
Applying for renovation of a pharmacy.
Reporting changes to pharmacy hours, pharmacy services and staff roster.
Applying for anticipated temporary closure of a pharmacy.
Applying for unanticipated temporary closure of a pharmacy.
Applying for permanent closure of a pharmacy.
Basic information about the eligibility criteria, attestation and criminal record history for direct/indirect owners and managers.
Review this section if you are or will be a pharmacy manager.
Detailed information about all licensure processes, including how to use eServices for applicable licensure purposes.
Quick access to all form and checklists for licensure purposes.
Learn more about the process for a pharmacy application that is referred to the Application Committee for review.
Learn more about complaints.
Learn about what the College can and cannot investigate.
Learn how to contact the College about a complaint.
Learn more about our complaints resolution process.
Learn more about the duty to report.
Review the complaints and discipline publication policy.
Learn more about PharmaNet.
Learn more about the way we review pharmacy professionals and pharmacies.
Learn more about our professional development and assessment program.
Learn how the Controlled Prescription Program reduces inappropriate prescribing of selected controlled drugs and prevents forgeries.
Learn more about the College's provincial awareness campaign.
125th Anniversary Conference - Presentations & Webcast
The Health Professions Act, Pharmacy Operations and Drug Scheduling Act, Pharmaceutical Services Act, and Bylaws can be found here.
Learn more about bylaws for comment.
Prohibition on the Provision of Incentives
This section includes all general pharmacy practice, community pharmacy, and hospital pharmacy professional practice policies.
Learn more about the requirements for safe dispensing of drugs used to treat opioid use disorder.
Learn about the requirements for pharmacist-supervised injectable hydromorphone maintenance treatment within community pharmacies.
Learn about the standards to adapt a prescription in BC.
This section includes information and resources for medical assistance in dying.
The Patient Relations Program Standard helps to protect public safety by providing clear standards and requirements for dealing with misconduct of a sexual nature.
Learn more about the Section 56 exemptions.
Read the latest ReadLinks articles here.
Learn more on how to submit a guest post for ReadLinks.
Find more information for community pharmacy.
Find more information for hospital pharmacy.
These are resources to help pharmacists and pharmacy technicians prepare for the Jurisprudence Exam.
Learn more about electronic record keeping.
Learn more about the implementation of NAPRA's New Model Standards for Pharmacy Compounding
Learn more about dispensing Mifegymiso in BC.
Find more information about naloxone.
Providing continuity of care for patients during a state of emergency
Find a Pharmacy or Registrant
Learn more about how pharmacists and pharmacy technicians can help you achieve better health outcomes.
Learn more about your personal health profile.
Find more helpful information and resources.
The provincial government recently accepted several drug schedule changes submitted by the College. These changes are now in effect in British Columbia.
The College is pleased to announce the results of the most recent Board elections held for pharmacists in Districts 1, 3, 5 and 7.