Pharmacy Laws and Rules (Approved for Remedial Law)
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy has partnered with RXLaw.org to present this course.
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Brian A. Kahan, RPh, Esq.
Attorney at Law
04/01/2015 to 04/01/2018
This program is designed to educate readers on current Florida and Federal laws and rules and how they affect the practice of pharmacy. The subjects discussed include, but are not limited to: penalties for violation of Federal pharmacy laws; benefits to patients; and the interrelationship between Federal laws, Florida Statutes and Florida Administrative Rules.
All pharmacists will benefit, but the course was developed for pharmacists who are required by the Florida Board of Pharmacy to complete a 12-hour course in remedial law.
- Identify Federal laws that affect pharmacy practice and state how pharmacy practice is affected by the Federal Government
- Identify key sections of the Federal Controlled Substances law and how they affect pharmacy.
- List the penalty for violations of Federal pharmacy laws.
- List the benefits to patients when these laws are followed in practice.
- Explain how Florida Statutes and Federal Laws conflict and/or complement one another.
- Apply Federal Laws, Florida Statutes and Florida Administrative Rules in a pharmacy practice setting.
- Document to the Florida Board of Pharmacy the knowledge of all laws and rules affecting pharmacy practice in Florida, whether they are Federal or Florida laws/rules, and the application of these rules and laws in their practice settings.
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- Chrome 42 and 43
- Safari 7 and 8
- Firefox 37 and 38 (Extended Releases are not supported)
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- Respondus Lockdown Browser(supporting the latest system requirements)
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