Pharmacy – pharmacology

Definition of terms| Found almost at the end of the document with 12 terms defined| Found at earlier part of the document with 31 terms identified| THE COUNCIL OF PHARMACEUTICAL EDUCATION | Found on article II|

Not found in any particular Article or section| Composition of the Board| The Board of Pharmacy shall be composed of a Chairman and two members who shall be appointed by the President of the Philippines with the consent of the Commission on Appointments, from a list of nominees recommended by the Commissioner of Civil Service who shall secure such list from bona fide professional national organizations of pharmacists which should be certified in accordance with Republic Act Numbered Five Hundred And Forty Six|

Regulation Commission therein after called the Commission, composed of a Chairman and four (4) members, each of which represent the areas of practice of community, hospital, manufacturing, academe, and government service, who shall be appointed by the President of the Philippines from the recommendees ranked by the Commission from the list of nominees submitted by the Accredited Integrated National Organization for Pharmacists| Compensation of the Board of Pharmacy. |

Not stated in the document| The members of the Board shall receive allowances and benefits equivalent to at least two salary grades lower than the salary grade of the Commissioner, while the chairman of the Board shall receive a monthly compensation equivalent to two steps higher than the members of the Board. The chairman and members shall be entitled to other allowances and benefits provided under existing laws. | Duties and powers of the board| Only eight are enumerated | Consist of 18 powers and duties enumerated| Removal or suspension of the Board members.

| No stated grounds or reason for removal or suspension | Grounds for the removal or suspension specifically for the board members are enumerated| EXAMINATION, REGISTRATION, CERTIFICATION, AND LICENSURE| Included in article III| Specifically stated in article III of the document| Fees for examination and registration. | The Board of Pharmacy shall charge for each applicant for examination the sum of fifty pesos, after passing the Board examination, for each certificate of registration, ten pesos. All fees shall be paid to the cashier of the Board of Examiners and all expenses, including the fees of the Board ofExaminers shall be disbursed by him from such funds.

| The Board subject to the approval by the Commission may introduce relevant changes, as the need arises, to the content of the examination and the relative weight attributed to each subject in the examination may be made after consultation with the duly recognized association of schools or colleges of pharmacy and the CI-TED. | Scope of examination| The pharmacist examination shall consist of both theoretical and practical examinations. The theoretical examination shall include subjects in Chemistry, Biological Science and Pharmacy. The Chemistry subjects shall include (1) General Inorganic Pharmaceutical and Physical Chemistry, (2) Organic and Medical or Pharmaceutical Chemistry, (3) Qualitative, Quantitative and Drug Assaying.

The Biological Science subjects shall include (4) Physiology Biochemistry, (5) Microbiology and Public Health, (6) Pharmacology andToxicology. The pharmacy subjects shall include (7) Botany and Pharmacognosy, (8) General Pharmacy, (9) Compounding and Dispensing, (10) Physical and Manufacturing Pharmacy, (11) Pharmacy Administration, and (12) Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence and Ethics. The subjects shall be weighed as follows: Chemistry, thirty per cent; Biological Science, twenty per cent; Pharmacy, fifty per cent. The practical examination shall consist of (1) Identification and Analysis of Drugs, (2) Preparation of Official Pharmaceuticals, (3) Compounding and Dispensing of Prescriptions and fixing of Prices of Prescriptions, and (4) Manufacturing Pharmacy and Quality Control.

The practical examination shall be weighed as follows: Identification and Analysis of Drugs, thirty per cent; Compounding of Official Pharmaceutical Preparations, Dispensing and Fixing of Price of Prescription and Manufacturing Pharmacy and Quality Control, seventy per cent. | The licensure examination for pharmacists shall be divided into two major divisions: Pharmacy as Science and Pharmacy as Practice. Pharmacy as Science shall consist of subjects in Group I (Public Health, Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Parasitology), Group II (Drug Delivery Systems, Physical Pharmacy, Manufacturing Pharmacy, Quality Control I, Quality Control II), Group III (Pharmaceutical Biochemistry, Pharmacognosy, Plant Chemistry, and Philippine Medicinal Plants, Pharmacy and Chemistry of Medicinals I and Pharmacy and Chemistry of Medicinals II.

Pharmacy as Practice shall be made up of the following subjects: Group IV (Pharmaceutical Calculations, Hospital Pharmacy, Clinical Pharmacy, Dispensing and Medication Counseling), Group V (Biopharmaceutics and Pharl1l’acokinetics, Pharmacology I, Pharmacology II, Clinical Toxicology), and Group VI (Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence and Ethics, Pharmaceutical Marketing and Entrepreneurship and Pharmaceutical Administration and Management). The subjects shall be weighed as follows: Group I, 10%; Croup II, 20%; Group 26 Ill, 20%; Group IV, 20%; Group V, 20%; and Group VI, 10 %. | Prerequisite for the practice of pharmacy| No person shall engage in thepractice of pharmacy in the Philippines unless he is at least twenty-one years of age, hassatisfactorily passed the corresponding examination given by the Board of Pharmacy, and isa holder of a valid certificate of registration duly issued to him by said Board.

| A person can practice pharmacy in the Philippines provided he/she: (a) has satisfactorily passed the licensure examination for pharmacists given by the Board and the Commission, (b) is duly registered with and licensed by the Board and the Commission, (c) is an active member of the accredited integrated national professional organization, (d) has submitted continuing professional development education units as required by the Continuing Professional Education Council for pharmacists or pertinent laws and regulations for the renewal of his/her professional identification card, and/ or (e) a holder of a valid temporary/special permit issued by the Board and the Commission to foreign licensed pharmacists pursuant to this Act. | VIOLATIONS, ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS, AND PROCEDURES|

Found on Article III| Stated at article VI| Effectivity| This Act shall take effect upon its approval. Approved| This Act shall take effect after fifteen (15) days following the full and complete publication thereof in the Official Gazette or in any major daily newspaper of general circulation in the Philippines. Approved,| Structure and organization of the document| Generalized| More Specific. Thus more organized|.

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