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If the prescriber authorizing additional refills differs from the prescriber whose name appears on the signature line of the original prescription, then that authorization is considered a new prescription and must be handled as described above.
"" means a date established by an appropriate authority which indicates when medication will no longer be administered or dispensed in the absence of a specific time period directed by the prescriber.
1.3.2 An applicant for registration as an intern must submit an “Application for Registration of Internship” after entering the first professional year of college of pharmacy.
This application must include an “Affidavit of Class Standing” formand an “Affidavit of Preceptor” form.
If an applicant has failed the examination three times, and 12 months have passed since the failure of the last examination, he/she shall be eligible to re-take the NAPLEX, provided that he/she produces evidence of working full‑time as an intern for a period of six months or has attended an accredited college of pharmacy as a registered student for a minimum of one semester consisting of 12 credits during the interim.
“College Practical Experience” form or an “affidavit of Intern Experience” must be furnished by the Dean of the College or the preceptor whichever the case may be.
A pharmacist affiliated with a College of Pharmacy shall serve as the preceptor for a student participating in the coordinated practical experience program.Proof of completion should either be a “Certificate of Graduation in Pharmacy” form, a “Foreign pharmacy graduate Committee (FPGEC) Certification or a letter from the pharmacy school or college that the graduate has met all of the requirements for graduation.” 22.214.171.124.1 An approved school or college of pharmacy is an institution which has established standards in its undergraduate degree program which are at least equivalent to the minimum standards for accreditation established by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education.126.96.36.199.2 Graduates of schools or colleges of pharmacy located outside of the United States, which have not established standards in their respective undergraduate degree programs but are equivalent to the minimum standards for accreditation established by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education, shall be deemed eligible to take the NAPLEX and MPJE examinations.1.2.5 The Board will re‑confirm the eligibility of an applicant who fails the MPJE.The applicant shall be entitled to re‑take the MJPE at least thirty‑one (31) days following the date of the failure.