Practice Resources for
Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians
FAQs, General Information, & Additional Resources
Frequently Asked Questions - General
Frequently Asked Questions - Telemedicine
Nontherapeutic Dispensing & Nontherapeutic Use ("Pill Mill" Activity)
Abuse & Misuse of Prescription Drugs - Health Professionals resources on the appropriate use of pain medication as well as the misuse and diversion of addictive medication.
Texas Pharmacy Rules
Texas Pharmacy Rules - PDF (Current as of December 2019)
Texas Pharmacy Rules - HTML
Patient Safety & Prescriptions
Prevention of Audit Shortages/Theft & Loss Reduction and Resources
Policy & Procedures Recommendations - This is a sample policies and procedures manual with recommendations to help prevent thefts and losses in the pharmacy.
Pharmacy Security Self-Evaluation Checklist - Is your pharmacy secure? This self-evaluation checklist can help you determine if you may need to add additional security measures to your pharmacy in order to prevent lefts and losses.
Information Regarding Controlled Substances - A list of links to pertinent laws and regulations, general information related to controlled substances, guidelines, and more
Drug Therapy Manangement
Continuing Education through TSBP - TSBP offers monthly webinars and online courses which may be counted toward Texas license and registration renewal.
Informational Video Archive - Includes application tutorials, TSBP process overviews, and training videos covering subjects such as pill mills and prevention of thefts and losses in the pharmacy.
Compiled Policy Statements and Guidelines - Includes consumer alerts, guidelines for establishing pharmacists peer review committees, and other regulatory agency statements related to the practice of pharmacy
HIPAA - The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996
Professional Recovery Network
PRN - Help is available through the Professional Recovery Network
Texas State Board of Pharmacy Rules Queue - The TSBP Rules Queue is a telephone hotline available to you to discuss issues related to Texas Pharmacy Laws and Rules.
RxLaw@pharmacy.texas.gov - Written Response through email. Include your name, license number if applicable, current mailing address and phone number with your e-mail. It may take up to 10 business days to receive a reply to email. Your patience is appreciated.
Contact - Additional contact information for the Texas State Board of Pharmacy