Requiring individuals to register and be approved by the State Board of Pharmacy before practicing pharmacy as a pharmacy intern under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist; defining "direct supervision" to mean that a licensed pharmacist is physically available, nothwithstanding appropriate breaks, on-site and in the prescription area or in an area where pharmacy services are provided to supervise the practice of pharmacy; requiring registered pharmacy interns to submit to a criminal history records check; etc.
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): October 1, 2014
( 12-101, 12-205, 12-301, 12-313, 12-316, 12-317, 12-320, 12-403, 12-6B-01, 12-6D-01 through 12-6D-15, 12-707 )
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