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Attn: Foreign Pharmacy Graduates Who Have NOT taken/passed the TOEFL iBT for your FPGEC certification

NABP has increased the listening and reading requirements from 18 & 21, to 21 & 22.

This will go into effect on March 01, 2014 for NEW candidates.

It will go into effect on June 01, 2014 for CURRENT candidates.

At this time, no changes will be made to the writing and speaking sections of the exam.

Graduate Information

Important Recall Notice

A product recall has been issued by Rx Formulations.

Click here to read the letter that was sent.

Diabetes Care Certificate Training Program

Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care Certificate Training Program is an innovative and intensive certificate program that focuses on the pharmacist's role in the area of diabetes management. The program, which emphasizes a health care team approach, seeks to foster the implementation of pharmaceutical care interventions that will promote disease self-management.

Click here for more information and to register for the program.

Diabetes Management Survey

Currently there are 17,000 Certified Diabetes Educators (CDEs) in the United States with only 8% of those being pharmacists. By 2020 it is estimated that 53,000 CDEs will be needed to address the diabetes epidemic. Do you, as a pharmacist, have interest or see an opportunity for pharmacist to become more involved in diabetes management? This QUICK (5 minutes) survey will gauge your interest, barriers, and ability to take a lead role in targeting this epidemic.

Please direct any questions to:

Sandra Leal, PharmD, MPH, FAPhA, CDE
Director of Clinical Pharmacy/Broadway Clinic El Rio Community Health Center
T. 520-302-5325
F. 520-205-4980

Click here to take the survey.

NABP Exam Fee Increases

Effective 01/01/2014, NABP will be increasing their exam fees:

The Naplex exam will increase $20.00 from $485.00 to $505.00.
The MPJE exam will increase $10.00 from $200.00 to $210.00.

Fraud Alert = FaxNet Service Replacement

As the FaxNet service no longer exists, we have re-branded and replaced it as our own new e-Bulletin called a Fraud Alert.

We still collect all of the same information in an easy-to-use online form, and allow anyone who wishes to receive these notices to simply subscribe to them with their email address. When we get a Fraud Alert, we will pass it along as soon as we can. Links to the new Fraud Alert form can be found on our "Forms" page, as well as the "Contact" page, as before.

Click here to subscribe now!

Click here to submit a fraud Alert

Arizona Revised Statutes - Updates

Governor Jan Brewer Signs Legislation to Combat Production, Use of Dangerous Drugs: Measure Bans Chemicals in Synthetic Marijuana, Bath Salts.
(effective immediately)
Click here to read entire bill.

Amending: 32-1901, 32-1922, 32-1927, 32-1927.01, 32-1927.02, 32-1930 and 32-1931.
(relating to the State Board of Pharmacy)
(effective 90 days from 40/04/2013)
Click here to read entire bill.

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Alert

The Maricopy County Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have released an alert on the subject of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Arizona. Please click here for more information.

License / Permit Verification

License / Permit Online Applications
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Online renewals ended on Sunday, November 3rd, 2013.

If you need to renew your license or permit you MUST renew by mail (check/money order) or in person (check/money order/exact change).

DO NOT apply for new license or permit; this will DELAY your renewal process.

2013 Renewal Fee Chart

License Renewal Form
(for individuals) (PDF)

Permit Renewal Form
(for facilites) (PDF)

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