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Administration of Drug Therapy by Inhalation or Injection Regulations
(Filed October 28, 2014)
Under the authority of section 59 of the Pharmacy Act, 2012
A pharmacist shall not directly administer drug therapy by inhalation or injection to a person unless
(a) his or her registration includes an authorization granted under these regulations to do so;
(b) the requirements set out in the standards established by the board under section 5 are met; and
(i) the drug therapy does not require a prescription, or
3. The board shall add an authorization to administer drug therapy by inhalation or injection to the registration of a pharmacist where he or she
(a) applies in the form and manner prescribed by the board;
(b) provides proof satisfactory to the board that he or she has completed the educational and training requirements prescribed by the board;
(c) provides proof satisfactory to the board of current training in CPR and first aid; and
5. (1) The board shall establish standards relating to the administration of drug therapy by a pharmacist by inhalation or injection.
(2) The board shall consider the recommendations of the standards advisory committee in establishing the standards under subsection (1).
Standards advisory committee
6. The board shall appoint a standards advisory committee which shall consist of
(a) a person nominated by the board;
a person nominated by the
a person nominated by the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and
(d) other members the board considers appropriate to appoint.