"The National Association of Board of Pharmacy is an impartial professional organization that supports the state boards of pharmacy in creating uniform regulations to protect public health."
National Board of Pharmacy (NABP) members are 50 States of America, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Australia, 8 Canadian Provinces, and New Zealand. The association was built to protect the public health by creating and executing uniform standards such as assessment and accreditation programs.
NABP offers the FPGEC Certification program to assess qualification of foreign pharmacy graduate. it is pretty important that candidates provide accurate documents to justify their educational backgrounds and registration in their own country.
What is FPGEC?
What is FPGEC Certification Program?
What are the qualifications for FPGEC Certification?
What are the documentation requirements for FPGEC Certification?
Where can I apply for FPGEC Certification Program?
What are the two examinations to take and pass before issuance of FPGEC Certification?
How much is the application fee?
Does the application fee includes the FPGEE?
What is FPGEE?
What is ECE?
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