(g) require the respondent to bear all or part of the costs within a specified time frame, and the statutes may set limits for calculating these costs; a licensee, a pharmacist, veterinarian or a person authorized under Section 67, entitled to manufacture or sell a medical food or to sell a veterinary drug; If your word of protection is removed in case of emergency, you will be informed in writing. You can then ask your pharmacist or the BC Mutual (HIBC) to attach a new word of protection to your registration. 2. The president of the college is the chairman of the board. 77 Wholesalers with limited access to the drug must enrol at university in the manner provided by the statutes. 2. Subject to the statutes, a pharmacist must, upon request, provide the « wholesaler » with information on the patient`s file, i.e. a pharmacist or any other person who, according to the statutes, qualifies as a wholesaler and sells or proposes for sale of medicines or products (f) that the pharmacist complies with this law, the statutes and all the conditions set out in Article 56. (k) an advisory committee on veterinary drugs and its duties with representatives from the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, the Ministry of Health, the College and the British Columbia Veterinary Medical Association. (a) the names and addresses of pharmacies in which pharmacists practice, hospitals and recognized mental health facilities – access to PharmaNet is available to licensed practitioners and pharmacists working in hospitals and mental health facilities in British Columbia to ensure that these health professionals have access to medications for patients. Your medical records contain your name and address, all medications administered to you by a pharmacy in the past 14 months, and a protocol each case if your patient record has been accessed by pharmacists, emergency physicians, private physicians, the College of Pharmacists and the College of Physicians for the past 3 years. (i) the recruitment and appointment of staff, including a registrar and inspectors, to manage the college`s activities and ensure compliance with the law, anti-drug plans, statutes and regulations; 3. At a meeting, a person cannot serve as an agent for more than 5 pharmacists.
(b) members who are pharmacists residing in British Columbia and who have been elected to the Board according to the rules and pharmacists who must consult your file to provide you with pharmacy services should consult them. In other cases, only the information necessary for the respective use should be consulted (for example. B in case of emergency or for your own doctor when providing health care and care or for disciplinary purposes or examination of pharmacists). « expenses, » payments, payments, fees, refunds or other fees that may be incurred by the college in the course of an investigation, an investigation, hearing or disciplinary action, in accordance with paragraphs 46, 47, 49, 51, 53 or 54, or by the statutes, with respect to the conduct of a filer, a company referred to in Section 25 or a person referred to in Section 22 (3); (g) an investigation into the inappropriate or fraudulent abuse, abuse or prescribing of drugs or devices by the college or a practitioner`s supervisory body, and that a pharmacist does not issue interchangeable medication.