For all exam takers – Candidates may wish to view the Demonstration Tutorial to familiarize themselves with the navigation and features of the computer-based testing platform. The tutorial includes a Practice Sample Test with examples of the style and format of exam questions. The correct responses are available on the Sample Questions page.
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Free resources are provided by the College to support candidates in preparing for the Jurisprudence, Ethics and Professionalism exam. Please note the College does not endorse or recommend any external exam preparation courses, materials or providers.
Candidates should review the Exam Blueprint to understand the key topic areas that will be tested and the relative weight of each topic area. These sample questions show the general format of the exam questions.
Candidates should study the official legislation that is listed below, and use the e-learning modules created by the College to reinforce key topics from these pieces of legislation as additional learning resources. Links to these modules are included under the respective acts and regulations or code to which they apply. Note: The modules are compatible with most mobile devices.
Experience applying the legislation in practice is also helpful in preparing for the exam.
The Jurisprudence, Ethics and Professionalism exam is based on provincial and federal legislation related to current pharmacy practice in Ontario. Key pieces of legislation and supporting resources are listed below. The exam consists of 100 multiple choice questions.
- Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA)
- Food and Drugs Act (FDA)
- Drug and Pharmacies Regulation Act (DPRA)
- Drug Interchangeability and Dispensing Fee Act (DIDFA)
- Narcotics Safety and Awareness Act (NSAA)
- Ontario Drug Benefit Act (ODBA)
- Pharmacy Act (PA)
- Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA)
- See also Code of Ethics Modules
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