Credentialing & Competencies

This paper, commissioned by the Council on Credentialing in Pharmacy (CCP),a provides an overview of the current context and scope of pharmacy practice, the range of professional services offered by  pharmacists, and the supporting role of pharmacy technicians (

This paper is an update to a previous ACCP document and includes the expectation that clinical pharmacists be competent in six essential domains: direct patient care, pharmacotherapy knowledge, systems-based care and population health, communication, professionalism, and continuing professional development (

This instrument can be used by institutions, organizations, and others responsible for clinical pharmacist performance evaluation and professional development (