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  • New Brunswick College of Pharmacists - Member Section: Practice requirements
    injections as authorized under Regulation 21 02 must meet requirements as outlined in the Administration of Injections Policy Collaborative Practice The Pharmacy Act allows pharmacists to practice under a Collaborative Practice Agreement with physicians The pharmacist s may participate in the practice of ordering managing and modifying drug therapy according to a written collaborative practice agreement between the pharmacists and physicians who is are responsible for the patient s care and authorized to prescribe drugs Colaborative Practice Application form Nov 18 Collaborative Practice Request for Letter of Collaboration Collaborative Practice sample agreement Individual practice Nov 18 Collaborative Practice sample agreement Group practice Nov 18 Medication Dispensed in Compliance Aids Methadone Practice Directive for Methadone Maintenance Therapy MMT The Methadone Practice Directive is intended to reflect current best practice in New Brunswick and elsewhere Pharmacies providing Methadone Maintenance Therapy MMT must notify the New Brunswick College of Pharmacists through the pharmacy manager online profile The holder of the certificate of accreditation of the pharmacy is to ensure all pharmacy staff including pharmacist locums are familiar with and adhere to this practice directive Click here to view the Methadone Practice Directive recording Minor Ailments assessing and prescribing Prior to incorporating activities that relate to Minor Ailments into practice members must declare to have participated in Minor Ailments Orientation attended in person watched the recorded presentation or have read the accompanying document Members can notify the New Brunswick College of Pharmacists through a link on their online member profile New Brunswick pharmacists may prescribe a drug treatment or device for the treatment of a condition listed in Appendix 2 to the Regulations Regulations 28 1 and 28 2 describe this authority in more detail When searching the member directory on this website authorization for Minor Ailments is indicated next to the member s

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  • New Brunswick College of Pharmacists - Member Section: Pharmacy Practice
    Central Fill Practice Directive Methadone Practice Directive Pharmacy Practice Management Systems PPMS Narcotic and Controlled Drug Storage Guidelines Lost and Theft Report Form Destruction of Controlled Substances Resources Forms Fees Library Practice Requirements NB Pharmacy Practice Resources Continuous Professional Development Français Login Practice Requirements Policies Guidelines Act Respecting the NB College of Pharmacists Regulations of the NB College of Pharmacists Standards of Practice NAPRA Pharmacy Practice Resources Continuous Professional Development Quick Links Fees Drug Schedules Pharmacy Alert System PAS Council Committees New Brunswick Pharmacists Association NBPA National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities NAPRA Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists CSHP Canadian Association of Pharmacy Technicians CAPT Awards Pharmacy Practice Resources NEW BRUNSWICK PROVINCIAL LEGISLATION Antimicrobial Treatment Guidelines Horizon Health Network Vitalité Health Network Prescribers NB College of Physicians Surgeons NB New Brunswick Dental Society Midwifery Act Proclaimed August 2010 Nurses Association of New Brunswick NANB Registration Verification Nurse Practitioners Nurse Practitioner Standards Schedule for Ordering Optometrists Veterinarians Nursing Home Services Vaccines Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Information for immunization providers FEDERAL LEGISLATION Food and Drugs Act Food and Drug Regulations Manufacturing and Compounding drug products Patient Package Inserts Controlled Substances Benzodiazepines and Other Targeted Substances Regulations Controlled Drugs and Substances Act Narcotic Control

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  • New Brunswick College of Pharmacists - Applicant Section : About Jurisprudence
    Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada PEBC Pharmacists Gateway Canada for International Pharmacists Operating a Pharmacy New Pharmacy Pharmacy Forms Central Fill Practice Directive Methadone Practice Directive Pharmacy Practice Management Systems PPMS Narcotic and Controlled Drug Storage Guidelines Lost and Theft Report Form Destruction of Controlled Substances Resources Forms Fees Library Practice Requirements NB Pharmacy Practice Resources Continuous Professional Development Français Pharmacy Technician Pharmacy Technician Student Pharmacy Technician Registration not yet licensed in any jurisdiction Pharmacy Technician Registration licensed outside New Brunswick within Canada Pharmacist Pharmacist Student Pharmacist Registration not yet licensed in any jurisdiction Pharmacist Registration licensed outside New Brunswick within Canada Pharmacist Registration International Graduated or working outside Canada and USA Pharmacists Gateway Canada for International Pharmacists Jurisprudence Exam Jurisprudence Exam Application Jurisprudence Exam Information and Study Guide Operating a Pharmacy Quick Links Fees Act Respecting the NB College of Pharmacists Regulations of the NB College of Pharmacists Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada PEBC New Brunswick Pharmacists Association NBPA National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities NAPRA Canadian Association of Pharmacy Technicians CAPT About Jurisprudence The Jurisprudence Examination JE is designed to assess an applicant s knowledge of and ability to interpret and apply the legislation that impacts current pharmacy

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  • New Brunswick College of Pharmacists - Applicant Section : Pharmacist Student
    in a pharmacy education program may not work in the dispensary area unless licensed by the NB College of Pharmacists Any structured or unstructured work experience may only be performed if the individual is registered with the NBCP Download the Application Package for Registration as a Pharmacist Student Only those individuals registered with the NB College of Pharmacists may use the title Pharmacist Student NBCP Bursaries and Scholarship We are pleased to offer the New Brunswick College of Pharmacists Bursary and J Victor Robichaud Scholarship to deserving pharmacist students The deadline to apply is March 31st NBCP Bursary J Victor Robichaud Scholarship Apprenticeship Time Service All applicants must be registered with the NB College of Pharmacists as a Pharmacist Student to be eligible to complete the required training as described below No time service shall be completed in the province of New Brunswick without being registered with the College This applies to both the Practice Experience Program PEP included in your university curriculum and unstructured time service Apprenticeship Agreement After registration has been confirmed an Apprenticeship Agreement must be completed and submitted to the NB College of Pharmacists before starting a block of time service with an approved preceptor The preceptor and the student must both sign the Apprenticeship Agreement This applies to both the Practice Experience Program PEP included in your university curriculum and regular time service Preceptor qualifications are stipulated in Section 12 23 of the Regulations Preceptors and students must read the Responsibilities of Preceptors and Students document Responsibilities of the Student and Preceptor Evidence of Time Service form Must be filed with the NB College of Pharmacists no later than 2 weeks after completion of each time service period The student is responsible for sending the required forms to the NB College of Pharmacists It is

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  • New Brunswick College of Pharmacists - Applicant Section : About Pharmacy Technician Student
    Pharmacy Technician Student Path 1 Current pharmacy assistants Not enrolled in or have graduated from an accredited pharmacy technician program Path 1 applicants will have until December 31 2018 to pursue registration and licensure After the deadline has passed current assistants wishing to become registered pharmacy technicians will be required to pursue licensure through Path 2 Apply to NBCP after successfully completing the four bridging modules and the evaluating exam at PEBC The following are the steps to register in New Brunswick if following Path 1 to licensure Register as a pharmacy technician student Registration package Pharmacy Technician Student Once registration is confirmed with the NB College of Pharmacists send in your Apprenticeship Agreement The training manual may only be started after the pharmacy technician student receives acknowledgement from the NB College of Pharmacists that their submitted Apprenticeship Agreement form has been approved PATH 1 APPLICANTS Pharmacy Technician Assessment PTA training manual Upon completion submit required appendices from the training manual and an Evidence of Time Service Form Path 2 Enrolled in or have graduated from an accredited pharmacy technician program A minimum of 14 weeks of practical training in New Brunswick is required for licensure as a pharmacy technician to be served as follows a minimum of 8 weeks of structured practice experience as part of the accredited education program a minimum of 6 weeks practice experience to be served in New Brunswick following graduation which shall include the Structured Practical Evaluation SPE The following are the steps to register in New Brunswick if following Path 2 to licensure Register as a pharmacy technician student Registration package Pharmacy Technician Student Once registration is confirmed with the NB College of Pharmacists send in your Apprenticeship Agreement The training manual may only be started after the pharmacy technician student receives acknowledgement

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  • New Brunswick College of Pharmacists - Applicant Section : About Pharmacist
    licensed outside New Brunswick within Canada Pharmacist Pharmacist Student Pharmacist Registration not yet licensed in any jurisdiction Pharmacist Registration licensed outside New Brunswick within Canada Pharmacist Registration International Graduated or working outside Canada and USA Pharmacists Gateway Canada for International Pharmacists Jurisprudence Exam Jurisprudence Exam Application Jurisprudence Exam Information and Study Guide Operating a Pharmacy Quick Links Fees Act Respecting the NB College of Pharmacists Regulations of the NB College of Pharmacists Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada PEBC New Brunswick Pharmacists Association NBPA National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities NAPRA Canadian Association of Pharmacy Technicians CAPT Pharmacist Pharmacists are highly trained educated and trusted health care professionals New Brunswick pharmacists are playing an increasingly important role in the delivery of health care services Pharmacists may Administer injections separate authorization is required Assess and prescribe for some common minor ailments listed in Appendix 2 of the Regulations Members must certify to have participated in the Minor Ailments Orientation Prescribe in some circumstances as outlined in the Part XXI of the Regulations Download the Application Package if you are already licensed in Canada as a pharmacist Download the Application Package for Registration as a Pharmacist if you studied in Canada or the US and are not yet licensed in Canada Pharmacists who have obtained their pharmacy education outside of Canada IPG As one of Canada s pharmacy regulatory authorities PRAs we have entrusted our national association the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities NAPRA to develop a new national approach to facilitate the licensure process for IPGs and to eliminate duplication The Pharmacists Gateway Canada will now be the first point of access for applicants rather than the PRA To help IPGs navigate the licensure process and facilitate their preparation for licensure in Canada the Gateway provides a website with key information

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  • New Brunswick College of Pharmacists - Applicant Section : About Pharmacy Technicians
    Continuous Professional Development Français Pharmacy Technician Pharmacy Technician Student Pharmacy Technician Registration not yet licensed in any jurisdiction Pharmacy Technician Registration licensed outside New Brunswick within Canada Pharmacist Pharmacist Student Pharmacist Registration not yet licensed in any jurisdiction Pharmacist Registration licensed outside New Brunswick within Canada Pharmacist Registration International Graduated or working outside Canada and USA Pharmacists Gateway Canada for International Pharmacists Jurisprudence Exam Jurisprudence Exam Application Jurisprudence Exam Information and Study Guide Operating a Pharmacy Quick Links Fees Act Respecting the NB College of Pharmacists Regulations of the NB College of Pharmacists Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada PEBC New Brunswick Pharmacists Association NBPA National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities NAPRA Canadian Association of Pharmacy Technicians CAPT Pharmacy Technician 2015 marked the first time Pharmacy Technicians were registered in New Brunswick Standardizing education scope of practice role definition and legal responsibility of regulated pharmacy technicians are important components of the growth process of the pharmacy profession and ensures the profession is practiced safely by qualified individuals The aspects of the practice of pharmacy that registered pharmacy technicians may perform is outlined in Regulation 20 6 Only those individuals registered with the NB College of Pharmacists may use the titles Pharmacy Technician Student or Pharmacy Technician Individuals currently working in a pharmacy as a pharmacy assistant have until December 31 2018 to pursue registration and licensure Path 1 After the deadline has passed current assistants wishing to become registered pharmacy technicians will be required to pursue licensure through Path 2 that includes graduation from an accredited pharmacy technician education program Bridging Programs for current pharmacy assistants The National Pharmacy Technician Bridging Education Program is available online in New Brunswick in English or in French through Selkirk College Students will also be able to take courses in English or French in a

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  • New Brunswick College of Pharmacists - Applicant Section : Operating Pharmacy
    in any jurisdiction Pharmacy Technician Registration licensed outside New Brunswick within Canada Pharmacist Pharmacist Student Pharmacist Registration not yet licensed in any jurisdiction Pharmacist Registration licensed outside New Brunswick within Canada Pharmacist Registration International Graduated or working outside Canada and USA Pharmacists Gateway Canada for International Pharmacists Jurisprudence Exam Jurisprudence Exam Application Jurisprudence Exam Information and Study Guide Operating a Pharmacy Quick Links Fees Act Respecting the NB College of Pharmacists Regulations of the NB College of Pharmacists Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada PEBC New Brunswick Pharmacists Association NBPA National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities NAPRA Canadian Association of Pharmacy Technicians CAPT Operating a Pharmacy As written in the New Brunswick Pharmacy Act Section 5 1 h it is the duty of the New Brunswick College of Pharmacists to uphold and protect the public interest in the practice of pharmacy The New Brunswick Pharmacy Act and its Regulations are the basis for governing the practice of pharmacy in New Brunswick The NB College of Pharmacists issues certificates authorizing the operation of a pharmacy in New Brunswick The Certificate of Operation is issued in the name of a pharmacist who is designated to have authority over and be responsible for the

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