Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties (CPS)
The Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties (CPS) is the Canadian standard for drug monographs, offering an unrivalled compilation of product monographs that are developed by manufacturers, approved by Health Canada and optimized by CPhA editors.
CPS contains more than 2000 product monographs for drugs, vaccines and natural health products, including 208 new monographs. This definitive resource also includes 164 CPhA monographs written by the Canadian Pharmacists Association's editorial staff, based on the best available evidence and reviewed by expert physicians and pharmacists. Clinical tools, product images and directories of drug and healthcare information are included. Two volume set: A-L and M-Z. [en francais]
Print: Like an old friend, the CPS print edition is familiar and reliable. You can add notes and highlights easily, and it doesn’t need a power source. Updated annually, it is the only comprehensive print reference for Canadian drug information – and has been for over 55 years.
Online: This web-based version of the CPS is updated biweekly to ensure you have the most current drug information available including Health Canada advisories linked directly to the drug monographs. Exclusive to the online CPS are the interactive Clin-Info tools including clinical monitoring tools, customizable tables and the Product Identification tool.
Many of the monographs contain links to Health Canada safety advisories and warnings, posted online within 48 hours. Printable information for the patient written in plain language are also available.
Mobile: The CPS mobile format gives you quick access to key information on thousands of drugs and listings at your fingertips. Updated biweekly, it is fully searchable and available on your iOS and Android devices – online or off. View a screen shot of the mobile app
Data Integration: Our CPS content can be easily integrated into any electronic medical record (EMR), electronic health record (EHR) and drug information system (DIS) for maximum functionality and usability. Learn more about data integration