Pharmacy Act 2007
Recognition of Professional Qualifications in Pharmacy
(a) the Council may impose a condition requiring the person, when professing or otherwise using any academic title, status or other qualification specified in the condition, being a title, status or qualification that is relevant to the person’s registration, to indicate by whom it was conferred or awarded,
(b) the Council, if of the opinion that any such title, status or qualification that is so relevant is capable of being understood as indicating that the person has pursued a programme of education other than that which he or she pursued, may impose a condition requiring the person, when professing or otherwise using the title, status or qualification, to do so in a manner specified in the condition or otherwise directed by the Council.
7. If a person does not comply with a condition imposed under paragraph 6, the Council may, without more—
(a) suspend the registration of the person for a specified period, or
(b) cancel the person’s registration,
as if under section 45.
9. In considering an application for registration under section 14 as read with section 16(2)(b), the Council shall take into account any relevant training undergone or experience gained in a third country.
Deleted (17.01.2017) by European Union (Recognition of Professional Qualifications) Regulations 2017 (S.I. No. 8 of 2017), reg. 91(h), in effect as per reg. 2.
Previous affecting provision: paras. 1 to 5 substituted (29.11.2008) by European Communities (Recognition of Professional Qualifications relating to the Profession of Pharmacist) (No. 2) Regulations 2008 (S.I. No. 489 of 2008), reg. 10, in effect as per reg. 2; deleted as per F-note above.