alexa National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities

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National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities

The National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) was established in February 1995 by Canada's drug store administrative bodies, to empower individuals to take a national methodology in tending to normal issues. As an umbrella relationship of the administrative powers, NAPRA offers various preferences to its individuals, for example,

  1. Cost reserve funds and upgraded nature of results from a pooling of money related assets and skill;
  2. Harmonization of benchmarks with more noteworthy validity, trustworthiness, and acknowledgment; and
  3. An capacity to assess the effect of arrangements and models executed in numerous purviews.

NAPRA is consolidated under the Canada Not-revenue driven Corporations Act as an intentional, not-revenue driven affiliation.

Structure, Vision and Mission

NAPRA has 14 Pharmacy Regulatory Authority (PRA) members. The governing Board consists of 26 Directors comprised of an elected pharmacist Council representative and the Registrar or Chief Staff Officer from each member Pharmacy Regulatory Authority.

Ideal wellbeing results for Canadians through drug store administrative incredibleness. The National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) gives national initiative in drug store administrative practices that improve persistent consideration and open assurance.

VALUES

Leadership: We are ground breaking and give solid, proactive administration in the control of drug store.

Excellence: We make progress toward greatness in the greater part of our exercises to bolster our individuals' order of open insurance.

Integrity: We act with uprightness, genuineness and in a moral way with each other, our accomplices and our partners to legitimacy certainty and trust.

Respect: We perceive and think of each as other's disparities, esteem each other's commitments and treat each other with decency. We resolve issues transparently and valuably.

Transparency: We impart our motivation and targets plainly. We esteem contribution from our partners and connect with them on choices that affect them.

Collaboration: We esteem cooperation both inside NAPRA and with partners. We try to construct profitable connections at all levels.

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