Educational Outcomes

The AFPC Educational Outcomes (EO) focus on what graduates are able to do at the end of a first professional degree in pharmacy. The 2010 version was revised and approved by the Board of Directors at the AFPC Annual Meeting, June 4, 2017. In the 2017 version, the relationship of the roles to one another is based on provision of patient care (Care Provider), which is at the core of the discipline of pharmacy in Canada. Pharmacy Care Providers are medication therapy experts who are grounded in a Professional identity. To provide the quality of pharmacy care required, graduates are able to approach pharmacy practice by skilfully integrating Communicator, Collaborator, Leader-Manager, Scholar and Health Advocate roles in their Care Provider role.

AFPC Educational Outcomes 2017 (English)  

AFPC Compétences visées 2017 (français)

Executive Summary 

To support the EO2017, several documents are included in an Educational Outcomes 2017 User Manual:

A. Orientation Resource – Conceptual Framework for Educational Outcomes for Canadian First Professional Degree Programs in Pharmacy

B. Crosswalk to Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative (CIHC) National Interprofessional Competency Framework

C. Sample Learning Objectives

D. Glossary of Terms

E. User Guide for the Professional Role


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