Resources: CDECB site provides good information about the examination: http://www.cdecb.ca/ As a pharmacist the medication questions are relatively easy.There are nutrition components- http://www.diabetesgps.ca/gps/pdf/Just%20the%20Basics_ENG.pdf http://www.diabetes.ca/CDA/media/documents/clinical-practice-and-education/professional-resources/beyond-the-basics-helpful-hints-for-educators.pdf There are also components about standards, competencies as well as adult educations theories. http://www.cdecb.ca/files/cdecb/2016%20-%20Exam/2016%20Exam%20Handbook%20Appendix%20A%20-%20Compentencies.pdf http://www.cdecb.ca/files/cdecb/2016%20-%20Exam/2015%20Exam%20Handbook%20Appendix%20%20D%20-%20Resource%20List.pdf https://www.diabetes.ca/getmedia/093b2ea0-2cf9-4e5c-a1be-f36ce8ada4bc/SRP-online-manual.pdf.aspx Also International Diabetes Federation has some education modules which are fairly basic but be useful and are available at no cost. Pharmacists will need to register on D-NET to get access to the Module. d-net link: http://www.idf.org/d-net. Clinical Practice Guidelines are available online: http://guidelines.diabetes.ca/fullguidelines.