1. The practice of the profession of pharmacy is directly related to the public health
and welfare of the citizens of this State and is subject to regulation and control
in the public interest.
2. Because of the continuous introduction of new medicinal agents and the changing
concepts of the practice of pharmacy, it is essential that a pharmacist undertake
a program of continuing education to maintain and improve his or her professional
3. To ensure the continued competency of the pharmacist and to maintain uniform qualifications
for the licensing of pharmacists to protect the health and welfare of its citizens,
the Legislature deems it in the public interest to adopt a program of continuing professional
4. NRS 639.2171 to 639.2176, inclusive, must be liberally construed to carry out their stated purposes.
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