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Jurisprudence Examination

The Jurisprudence Examination (JP Exam) is a mandatory step to licensure in Manitoba.

For Pharmacists

The Jurisprudence Examination (JP Exam) for pharmacists is held once per month at the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba office. You can make an appointment to write the exam by contacting the College Registration Officer by email at brobinson@cphm.ca .

If you are a Canadian graduate, you can write the JP Exam after the Registrar approves your registration application and supporting documents.

If you are an international pharmacy graduate (and Manitoba is your entry-to-practice province) you can write the JP Exam only after you have completed a minimum of 200 hours of your internship.

It is a closed-book exam that you have three hours to complete. You must receive a minimum grade of 70 per cent to pass the exam.

Independent Study Accreditation for Jurisprudence Examination Preparation

Pharmacy technicians and pharmacists who successfully complete the Jurisprudence (JP) Exam may choose to claim their study time as accredited learning towards the professional development requirement. Studying for the JP Exam is accredited for a maximum of 10 CEU (1 hour of study time is equivalent to 1 CEU). To record these CEUs in your professional development log, you must download the Statement of Participation, complete the appropriate information, and retain it for your records. You are not required to submit the statement to the College office unless we randomly select you for the Annual Learning Portfolio Review.

Jurisprudence Exam Preparation Statement of Participation

For Pharmacy Technicians

The JP Exam for pharmacy technicians is held once per month at the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba office. You can make an appointment to write the exam by contacting Brittany Delaquis by email at bdelaquis@cphm.ca. You will have three hours to complete the exam and must receive a minimum grade of 70 per cent to pass the exam. The exam consists of a mix of multiple-choice, true and false and/or long answer questions.

Pharmacy technicians who pass the JP Exam may choose to claim their study time as accredited learning towards the professional development requirement. Studying for the JP Exam is accredited for a maximum of 10 CEU (1 hour of study time is equivalent to 1 CEU). To record these CEUs as accredited learning, you must download the Statement of Participation, complete the appropriate information, and retain it for your records.

Jurisprudence Exam Preparation Statement of Participation

Jurisprudence Exam Study Material for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

To prepare for the JP Exam, applicants should be knowledgeable and understand the application of all legislation, practice standards, guidelines, and joint statements relevant to the practice of pharmacy in the province of Manitoba. You can find this information at the following link: Jurisprudence Exam Study Material.