Code of Ethics Displayed in Pharmacies – January 6

(Note: This was originally sent on December 16th in our regular NBCP update)

The involvement of pharmacy professionals in pandemic recovery efforts has reinforced their crucial role in the delivery of patient care. Decisions and actions are grounded in the Code of Ethics and we know that patients have a high level of trust and confidence in their pharmacy professionals.

The Code of Ethics is a foundation for practice that provides a framework for values-based decision making. Displaying the Code of Ethics in pharmacies, a requirement according to New Brunswick College of Pharmacists Regulation 14.11(f), will assist patients in their understanding of the professional role of their pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. A condensed version of the Code of Ethics for display in pharmacies has been mailed to pharmacy managers with the Certificates of Operation for 2022.

The Code of Ethics document and other resources for pharmacy professionals can be accessed on the College website If any member of the public requests a copy you may direct them to the website or encourage them to contact the College directly (email: or telephone: 506-857-8957).

For complete College update from January 6, click here {LINK}

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