Prescription medicines may be dispensed only by a duly registered and licensed pharmacist and only with a valid prescription of a physician, dentist, or veterinarian. Recording of Patient Medication Profile.— All prescriptions dispensed in the pharmacy shall be recorded in an appropriate recording system indicating therein, among other things, the name and address of the patient, name of prescribes generic name and brand, dosage strength, quantity of drug and initials of pharmacist. The penalties and liabilities herein provided shall be without prejudice to other sanction/s that may be imposed for violation of other applicable laws, policies, rules and regulations. 2×2 colored ID Picture of applicant • Registration fee, the amount of which depends on the type of the business. No pharmacist shall knowingly allow the COR to be displayed in an establishment where one is not actually employed as a professional pharmacist. Enforcement.— It shall be the primary duty of the Board and the PRC to effectively enforce the provisions of this Act. (5) Nontraditional outlets of pharmaceutical products: Provided, That no prescription medicines and pharmacist-only OTC medicines are sold. Section 16. Definition of Terms.— As used in this Act: (a) Accredited professional organization (APO) refers to the duly integrated and accredited professional organization of registered and licensed pharmacists, of which there shall be only one (1), as prescribed under Section 41, Article V of this Act; (b) Adult vaccines refer to cervical cancer, flu (influenza), pneumococcal, other pre-exposure prophylactic vaccines to be administered to patients aged eighteen (18) years and above, and such other vaccines as may be defined by the Department of Health (DOH) in an administrative issuance; (c) Adulterated/Deteriorated pharmaceutical products refer to pharmaceutical products unfit for human consumption, following the standards of quality or purity of which, are as those stated in the United States Pharmacopeia/National Formulary and Philippine Pharmacopeia in its latest edition or any standard reference for drugs and medicines which are given official recognition as well as those provided for in Republic Act No. Section 32. Term of Office of the Members of the Board.— The Chairperson and members of the Board shall hold office for a term of three (3) years from the date of appointment or until their successors shall have been qualified and appointed. All rights reserved.The Corpus Juris™ name and logo are trademarks of Corpus Juris. Hence, the State shall develop and nurture competent, productive, morally upright, and well-rounded pharmacists whose standards of professional practice and service shall be excellent and globally competitive through regulatory measures, programs, and activities that promote and sustain their continuing professional development. Partial filling of prescription less than the total quantity indicated in the prescription shall be allowed, subject to dispensing guidelines as provided in the immediately preceding paragraph. Section 5. A registered and licensed pharmacist may refuse to compound, dispense or sell drugs and pharmaceutical products, if not in accordance with this Act and the abovementioned standards. An Act Amending Certain Provisions of R.A. No. No person, except pharmacy graduates, shall be allowed to render such services without undergoing a comprehensive standardized training program: Provided, That the job description is defined in the implementing rules and regulations of this Act. Other Penalties.— Any person who shall commit any of the following acts shall, upon conviction, be sentenced to pay a fine of not less than one hundred thousand pesos (₱100,000.00), but not exceeding two hundred thousand pesos (₱200,000.00) or imprisonment of not less than thirty (30) days but not more than one (1) year, or both, at the discretion of the court: (a) Affixing of the title “RPh” by a person who is not a duly registered and licensed pharmacist; (b) Practicing the pharmacy profession in the Philippines without a valid COR, PIC or STP; (c) Non-indication of a pharmacist of his/her COR and professional tax receipt numbers in official documents requiring such information; (d) Refusal to display the COR of the pharmacist in a prominent and conspicuous place in the establishment and outlet where the pharmacist is employed and practicing; (e) Noncompliance by a duly registered and licensed pharmacist with the requirements on the filling of prescription; (f) Noncompliance by a duly registered and licensed pharmacist on the requirements for partially-filled prescription; (h) Distribution of antimicrobials, including anti-TB drugs and other product classification as may be prohibited by law as physician’s samples; (i) Removal, erasure and alteration of mark or label of physician’s sample; (j) Use of cipher, codes, or secret keys or unusual names or terms in prescriptions; (k) Filling of prescriptions where cipher, codes, or secret keys or unusual names or terms are used; (l) Noncompliance with labeling requirements for dispensed medicines; (m) Noncompliance with the requirements on the keeping of record books by a pharmaceutical outlet; (n) Employment of personnel in a pharmacy or pharmaceutical operation without the required training and certification; (o) Refusal of a non-pharmacist owner/operator of a pharmaceutical outlet to undergo training and certification; (p) Refusal by the owner/operator to allow and require duly registered and licensed pharmacists and pharmacy support personnel to undergo CPD, training and certification; (q) Rendering dispensing-related services by non-pharmacists in a pharmaceutical outlet without undergoing the required training and certification; (r) Dispensing pharmaceutical products in medical missions without the supervision of a duly registered and licensed pharmacist; (s) Noncompliance with the required training and certification of professional service or medical representatives or professional service representatives, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy assistants, pharmacy aides, pharmacy clerks, and other medicine handlers of pharmaceutical products. (3) A pharmaceutical product which contains no amount of or a different active ingredient; or less than eighty percent (80%) of the active ingredient it purports to possess, as distinguished from an adulterated drug including reduction or loss of efficacy due to expiration; (k) Dangerous drugs refer to those listed in the: (1) Schedules annexed to the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, as amended by the 1972 Protocol; (2) Schedules annexed to the 1971 Single Convention on Psychotropic Substances; and (3) Annex of Republic Act No. Understanding Major Requirements. 3720, as amended; (m) Practicing pharmacy with a suspended COR or expired PIC; (n) Unauthorized dispensing of pharmaceutical products through unregistered online services or direct selling businesses; and. (5) Herbal or traditional drugs as defined in Republic Act No. The following sections refer to the key generic resources and legislation and do not aim to cover the more specific requirements for services such as manufacturing, mental health legislation etc. Section 28. Section 4. Section 22. (t) Violation of any provision of this Act and its rules and regulations not aforementioned above. (ww) Telepharmacy services refer to pharmaceutical services of a duly licensed pharmaceutical outlet done through the use of telephone, teleconferencing, or facsimile. Establish and implement policies and procedures of the pharmacy in accordance with the policies of the hospital and of the DOH; 2. Any person, other than the citizens of the Philippines, having been found guilty of any violation as provided for in this section and the preceding section shall, after having paid the fine or having served the sentence, or both, when so adjudged, shall also be subject to immediate deportation. The TESDA Pharmacy Services NCIII will answer the soon-to-be ratified Pharmacy Law which requires all practicing pharmacy assistants to be TESDA-certified. This registry shall be made available to the public upon inquiry or request, subject to such guidelines that shall be established therefor. All iGovPhil Project services and content are currently moving towards WCAG Level A A pharmacist duly registered with the Board shall automatically become a member of the integrated and accredited professional organization of pharmacists, and shall receive the benefits and privileges appurtenant thereto upon payment of the required fees and dues. This pharmacy is set-up inside a hospital to cater to the in-hospital needs of medicine. They may be reappointed in the same office for another term of three (3) years immediately after the expiry of their term; Provided, That no member of the Board shall hold office for more than two (2) terms or not more than six (6) years; Provided, Further, That the first Board appointed under this Act shall hold these terms cf office: the Chairperson for three (3) years, the first member for two (2) years, and the second member for one (1) year; Provided, Finally, That an appointee to a vacancy shall serve only the unexpired portion of the term of office. The Board shall prepare, adopt, issue, or amend the syllabi or tables of specifications of the subjects in the licensure examination, in consultation with the academe and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED); (d) Recommend the issuance, suspension, revocation, or reinstatement of the COR, PIC or Special/Temporary Permits (STP) for the practice of pharmacy; (e) Administer oaths in accordance with the provisions of this Act; (f) Regulate and monitor the practice of pharmacy in the Philippines, including the practice of subprofessional services such as pharmacy technicians, pharmacy assistants, aides, and other medicine handlers, as described in this Act; adopt measures that may be deemed proper for the enhancement of the profession and the maintenance of high professional, academic, ethical, and technical standards; and conduct ocular inspection of pharmaceutical establishments and higher education institutions (HEIs), in coordination with concerned government agencies; (g) Promulgate and prescribe the Pharmacists’ Code of Ethics, Code of Technical Standards and Guidelines for the Professional Practice of the Pharmacy Profession, in coordination with the APO; (h) Represent the pharmacy profession in all fora involving concerns and issues related to pharmaceutical products and the practice of pharmacy; (i) Investigate cases arising from violations of this Act, the rules and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto, the Pharmacists’ Code of Ethics, Code of Technical Standards and Guidelines for the Professional Practice of the Pharmacy Profession, and other Board issuances; issue summons, subpoena ad testificandum and subpoena duces tecum to secure the attendance of witnesses or production of documents, or both, and other evidence necessary for such investigation or hearing; and render decision thereon which shall, unless appealed to the PRC, become final and executory after fifteen (15) days from receipt of notice of judgment or decision; (j) Delegate the he aring or investigation of administrative cases filed before the Board, except where the issue or question involves the practice of the profession, in which case, the hearing shall be presided over by at least one (1) member of the Board, to be assisted by a Legal or Hearing Officer of the PRC; (k) Conduct, through the Legal Officers of the PRC, summary proceedings on minor violations of this Act, the General Instruction to the Examinees, including the implementing rules and regulations issued by the Board, and to render summary judgment thereon which shall, unless appealed to the PRC, become final and executory after fifteen (15) days from receipt of notice of judgment or decision; (l) Issue and promulgate guidelines on CPD, in coordination with the APO; (m) Recommend the accreditation of the standardized training programs for and certifications of medical representatives or professional service representatives, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy assistants, pharmacy aides and other medicine handlers covered in Section 39, Article IV of this Act. It is the responsibility of the pharmacist dispensing the last quantity completing the prescription to keep the prescription according to proper prescription recording guidelines. When employed in establishments under Category B, as defined in Section 31 of this Act, the duplicate copy of the pharmacist’s COR shall also be displayed therein. In a sense, the entire hospital is the pharmacy, and the pharmacy service is simply a functional service extending throughout the institution’s physical and organizational structures. Qualifications for the Licensure Examination.— An applicant for the Pharmacists’ Licensure Examination shall establish to the satisfaction of the Board that the following qualifications are met: (a) A citizen of the Philippines or of a foreign country which has a law or policy on reciprocity for the practice of the pharmacy profession; (b) Of good moral character and reputation; (c) A degree holder of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy or its equivalent degree conferred by an HEI in the Philippines or an institution of learning in a foreign country duly recognized by the CHED; and. Main Content (Combination + R): View the content section of the current page. An advanced management degree (e.g., M.B.A., M.H.A., or M.S.) Holding of Examination.— The Pharmacists’ Licensure Examination shall be given two (2) times a year in places and dates as the PRC may designate in the Resolution providing for the master schedule of all licensure examinations pursuant to Section 7(d) of Republic Act No. 9547 Otherwise Known as an Act Strengthening and Expanding the Coverage of the Special Program for Employment of Students, Amending for the Purpose Provisions of R.A. No. The Chairperson and members of the Board shall duly take their oath of office before a duly authorized officer. BS in Pharmacy. It usually is in the form of capsules, tablets, liquids, gels, powders, or pills and not represented for use as a conventional food or as the sole item of a meal or diet or replacement of drugs and medicines, as defined under Republic Act No. Section 48. Section 11. 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That is, nothing is automatic. 8981 and other issuances pertinent thereto: Provided, That any foreign citizen who has gained entry in the Philippines to perform professional services within the scope of the practice of pharmacy, including the following: (a) being a consultant in foreign-funded or assisted projects of the government; (b) being engaged or employed by a Filipino employer or establishment; (c) providing free services in humanitarian missions: and (d) being a visiting faculty member in any field or specialty in pharmacy shall, before assuming such duties, functions and responsibilities, secure an STP from the Board and the PRC, under the following conditions: (1) The person is an internationally renowned pharmacist or expert in a field or specialty of pharmacy; (2) The person is engaged in the provision of a professional service which is determined to be necessary due to lack of Filipino specialist or expert; and. This COR shall remain in full force and effect until suspended or revoked in accordance with this Act. Section 33. Vested Rights; Automatic Registration.— All pharmacists registered before the effectivity of this Act shall automatically be registered hereunder, subject to compliance as to future requirements. Section 51. NSO / PSA Birth Certificate. NSO / PSA Marriage Contract (for married female applicants) Certified True CopyTranscript of Records with scanned picture and Remarks "For Board Examination Purposes" *Certificate of Internship program duly signed by the dean/program head. Section 49. The pharmacist dispensing or compounding prescriptions shall not substitute the medicine called for in the prescription with any other drug, substance or ingredient, without prior consultation with, and written consent of the person prescribing, except in accordance with Republic Act No. Work is being done to make the system fully compliant with this level. Section 52. The Board may, in its discretion, require the applicant to take another licensure examination. Rosa has been working as a pharmacist for many years, and she recently got promoted to an administrative and supervisory position within her hospital. Section 21. Objectives.— This Act provides for and shall govern the: (a) Standardization and regulation of pharmacy education; (b) Administration of licensure examination, registration, and licensing of pharmacists; (c) Supervision, control, and regulation of the practice of pharmacy in the Philippines; (d) Development and enhancement of professional competence of pharmacists through continuing professional development, research, and other related activities; and. Custodian of its Records, Secretariat and Support Services.— All records of the Board, pertaining to the applications for examinations, administrative and other investigative hearings conducted by the Board, shall be under the custody of the PRC. Section 18. Qualifications of the Chairperson and Members of the Board.— The Chairperson and members of the Board, at the time of nomination, must: (a) Be a citizen of the Philippines and a resident for at least five (5) years; (b) Be a duly registered and licensed pharmacist in the Philippines, preferably a holder of a masteral degree in Pharmacy, or its equivalent; (c) Have been in the active practice of pharmacy for the past ten (10) years; (d) Have not been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude; (e) Be a member in good standing of the APO for at least five (5) years, but not an officer or trustee thereof; and. However, nothing herein shall be construed as requiring other persons carrying out only the activities under paragraphs (e), (f), (g) and (h) to be licensed pharmacists, subject to any qualification that is imposed by other laws with respect to such particular activity. The Professional Regulatory Board of Pharmacy, hereinafter created, subject to the approval of the PRC, as provided for by Republic Act No. 9711, known as the “Food and Drug Administration Act of 2009”; (d) Biopharmaceuticals refer to pharmaceutical products that are used for therapeutic or for in vivo diagnostic purposes, such as vaccines, sera, and drugs derived from life forms using biotechnology. The FDA, in coordination with the Board, and the approval of the PRC, may add to, delete, reclassify, or modify the above list of establishments, as the need arises, in order to keep pace with the developments in the pharmacy practice. Prohibition Against the Use of Cipher, Codes, or Unusual Terms in Prescriptions and Prescription Substitution.— Pharmacists shall not compound or dispense prescriptions, recipes, or formulas which are written in ciphers, codes or secret keys or prescriptions of pharmaceutical products with unusual names which differ from those in standard pharmacopeias or formularies. The COR shall bear the registration number, the date of its issuance, and the signatures of the Chairperson of the PRC and the members of the Board, stamped with the official seals of the PRC and of the Board, certifying that the person named therein is entitled to the practice of the profession, with all the privileges appurtenant thereto. 6675; (j) Forcing, coercing, or intimidating a duly registered and licensed pharmacist to compound or dispense medical and pharmaceutical products in violation of the provisions of this Act; (k) Preparing and compounding of pharmaceutical products in quantities greatly in excess of single therapeutic doses, without the presence and supervision of a duly registered and licensed pharmacist; (l) Noncompliance with the labeling requirements for dispensed medicines by a pharmaceutical outlet; (m) Manufacturing and selling of pharmaceutical products under fraudulent name or address, or both; (n) Adulterating and misbranding of pharmaceutical products; (o) Manufacturing and selling of unsafe, substandard and counterfeit pharmaceutical products; (p) Operating an unlicensed pharmaceutical outlet such as online pharmacy service or direct selling not authorized by the FDA; (q) Operating a Category A establishment which opens for business without a duly registered and licensed pharmacist; (r) Operating a Category B establishment without the supervision and oversight of a duly registered and licensed pharmacist; (s) Practicing pharmacy with an expired, suspended or revoked license; (t) Filling and refilling of prescription and pharmacist-only OTC pharmaceutical products by a person other than a duly registered and licensed pharmacist without the direct and immediate supervision; (u) Dispensing prescription drugs and pharmacist-only OTC drugs by rural health units without the supervision of a duly registered and licensed pharmacist; and. Procurement, storage, distribution, or dispensing of any pharmaceutical product in the national government and local government units shall be made only under the supervision of a duly registered and licensed pharmacist. Section 26. Creation of the Professional Regulatory Board of Pharmacy.— There is hereby created a Professional Regulatory Board of Pharmacy, hereinafter called the Board, under the administrative control and supervision of the PRC, to be composed of a Chairperson and two (2) members, to be appointed by the President of the Philippines from a list of three (3) recommendees for each position ranked in the order of preference and submitted by the PRC from a list of five (5) nominees submitted for each position by the duly integrated APO of pharmacists. These also refer to products that are deliberately and fraudulently mislabeled with respect to identity and/or source or with fake packaging, and can apply to both branded and generic products, including the following: (1) The pharmaceutical product itself or the container or labeling thereof or any part of such product, container, or labeling, bearing without authorization; the trademark, trade name, or other identification marks or imprints or any likeness to that which is owned or registered in the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) in the name of another natural or juridical person; (2) A pharmaceutical product refilled in containers bearing legitimate labels or marks, without authority; and. Section 25. Section 35. Auxiliary labels containing special pharmacists” instructions for the patient shall be required as prescribed for dangerous drugs, external-use-only drugs, drugs with special storage and administration instructions and such other drugs as may be required by law. Display of Certificate of Registration.— It shall be the duty of every pharmacist engaged in the practice, whether in private or under the employ of another, to display the original copy of one’s COR in a prominent and conspicuous place in the drug establishment in which one is employed in a professional capacity as pharmacist. The Board shall issue guidelines on the refresher program requirement. Section 37. Licensure Examination Requirement.— Unless exempted therefrom, all applicants for registration for the practice of pharmacy shall be required to pass a licensure examination, as provided for in this Act and Section 7(d) of Republic Act No. Section 31. Title.— This Act shall be known as the “Philippine Pharmacy Act”. There is nothing in pharmacy law that requires the board to deny a license based on a specific conviction. The owner/operator of the pharmaceutical establishments/outlets and the duly registered and licensed pharmacists/pharmacy support personnel are jointly liable for the willful violation of any provision of this Act. or an administrative specialty residency10 is desirable. Good Moral Character Certificate from any of the following: Valid NBI Clearance (First Timers & Repeaters), *After three(3) failures, REFRESHER Course, Apply for a PRC licensure examination using our online application system, View current and past schedules of licensure examinations, Find your examination location and room assignment ahead of your exam schedule, Online renewal of PRC ID for registered professionals, Online Application for PRC ID replacement, if lost, Check your board examination rating/grades online, Search our records and confirm the identities of registered professionals, Certification of Passing and Board Rating, PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION (PRC) Main Office, P. Paredes St, Sampaloc, Manila, 1008 Metro Manila, PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION (PRC) PICC Office, Delegation Bldg., Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Vicente Sotto St., Pasay, Metro Manila. Appropriations.— The Chairperson of the PRC shall immediately include in its programs the implementation of this Act, the funding of which shall be charged against their current years’ appropriations and thereafter, in the annual General Appropriations Act. Oath of Profession.— All successful candidates in the licensure examination shall take their oath of profession before any member of the Board, officer of the PRC, or any person authorized by law to administer oaths, prior to entering the practice of the pharmacy profession. Scope of the Practice of Pharmacy.— A person is deemed to be practicing pharmacy, within the meaning of this Act, when with or without a fee, salary, percentage or other rewards, paid or given directly or indirectly, shall: (a) Prepare, compound or manufacture, preserve, store, distribute, procure, sell, or dispense, or both, any pharmaceutical product or its raw materials; or, (b) Render services, such as clinical pharmacy services, drug information services, regulatory services, pharmaceutical marketing, medication management, or whenever the expertise and technical knowledge of the pharmacist is required; or, (c) Engage in teaching scientific, technical, or professional pharmacy courses in a school or college of pharmacy; or (d) Dispense pharmaceutical products in situations where supervision of dispensing of pharmaceutical products is required; or, (e) Chemical, biological or microbiological analyses and assay of pharmaceutical products, food/dietary supplements, health supplements, and cosmetics; or, (f) Physico-chemical analyses for medical devices used in aid of administration of pharmaceutical products; or, (g) Administration of adult vaccines as approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA): Provided, That they shall undergo the training on the safe administration of adult vaccines and management of adverse event following immunization (AEFI) for pharmacists and hold a certificate of training issued by an institution duly accredited by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC); Provided, Further, That the safe administration of vaccines be part of the higher education curriculum for pharmacists; or, (h) Conduct or undertake scientific research in all aspects involving pharmaceutical products and health care; or. 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