The Certified Specialty Pharmacist Credential (CSP) recognizes individuals who have demonstrated a sufficient level of knowledge and skill to provide competent Specialty Pharmacy services. Individuals who have earned the CSP credential have demonstrated knowledge of the professional domains that encompass the tasks and knowledge required of a Specialty Pharmacy professional in various practice settings.
View the Candidate Handbook for more information about CSP requirements and information about earning the credential.
The Specialty Pharmacy Certification Board (SPCB) was established in 2011 to develop and oversee certification programs for specialty pharmacists and related Specialty Pharmacy professionals, implement policies and procedures for these certification programs, and to oversee the development of the certification examination(s).
In 2016 SPCB became an independent vision of the National Association for Specialty Pharmacy (NASP), retaining its autonomy over all certification program policies. The SPCB Board is dedicated to promote the specialty pharmacists responsibility in maintaining the highest possible quality standards to advance ethical practice and to advocate for professional development to ensure that patients served receive safe, efficient care now and in the future.
View the full SPCB Governance Charter here.