“My Account” and “My Learning” is where pharmacy professionals can go to manage their profile, complete transactions, and plan and manage their learning and development.
Learn about the College’s role and public protection mandate
Learn about the role of the College's governing Board of Directors and various committees.
Reporting on important College work and better understanding the performance and impact of our collective efforts on patient and broader health system outcomes is key to the College’s mandate.
Learn about the College’s public protection mandate and how we work
Information about your pharmacy experience as a patient.
Understand how to use our "Find a Pharmacy or Pharmacy Professional" tool and key terminology.
Anyone can make a complaint or file a report.
Learn about the College's oversight of pharmacies and what we assess.
Learn about how the College's discipline process works.
Learn about the health inquiry process and incapacity proceedings before the Fitness to Practise Committee.
Learn about registering as a pharmacist or pharmacy technician in Ontario
Learn about the requirements to register as a pharmacist in Ontario.
Learn about the requirements to register as a pharmacy technician in Ontario.
Learn about what's required to register as a pharmacy professional in Ontario.
Learn about the fees and timelines associated with registering as a pharmacist or pharmacy technician.
Explore the resolutions that can take place, and corresponding policies, if not all registration requirements are met.
Learn about the requirements for remaining a registered pharmacy professional.
Access educational tools and resources for pharmacy professionals
Access helpful practice resources organized by topic.
The Quality Assurance Program helps ensure pharmacy professionals maintain their skills.
Resources to assist pharmacy professionals with their professional development.
Access key information about owning and operating a pharmacy.
Data and resources to help inform pharmacy quality improvement activities.
Information about expanded scope of practice, along with resources for pharmacy professionals.
Access federal acts and regulations, provincial acts and regulations, and by-laws that govern the profession
About the College's mandatory Medication Safety Program for pharmacies.
Important policies and guidelines for pharmacy practice.
Access the latest College news, key publications, and helpful resources
Learn about important College key initiatives to serve and protect the public interest and participate in an open consultation.
The latest information on College key initiatives to serve and protect the public interest.
Access a collection of reports from past Board (Council) meetings. Meetings are held four times per year: September, December, March and June.