(1) A pharmacist intern shall be (a) a student currently enrolled in an accredited
pharmacy program, (b) a graduate of an accredited pharmacy program serving his or
her internship, or (c) a graduate of a pharmacy program located outside the United
States which is not accredited and who has successfully passed equivalency examinations
approved by the board. Intern registration based on enrollment in or graduation from an accredited pharmacy
program shall expire not later than fifteen months after the date of graduation or
at the time of professional licensure, whichever comes first. Intern registration based on graduation from a pharmacy program located outside
of the United States which is not accredited shall expire not later than fifteen months
after the date of issuance of the registration or at the time of professional licensure,
whichever comes first.
(2) A pharmacist intern may compound and dispense drugs or devices and fill prescriptions
only in the presence of and under the immediate personal supervision of a licensed
pharmacist. Such licensed pharmacist shall either be (a) the person to whom the pharmacy license
is issued or a person in the actual employ of the pharmacy licensee or (b) the delegating
pharmacist designated in a delegated dispensing agreement by a hospital with a delegated
(3) Performance as a pharmacist intern under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist
shall be predominantly related to the practice of pharmacy and shall include the keeping
of records and the making of reports required under state and federal statutes. The department, with the recommendation of the board, shall adopt and promulgate
rules and regulations as may be required to establish standards for internship.
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