RULE 070.00.98-001 - Regulation 24 - Temporary License

RULE 070.00.98-001. Regulation 24 - Temporary License

24. Hereafter, no Temporary License shall be granted a reciprocity applicant until the preliminary application has been received and approved by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy and the applicant has submitted the application to the Board Office, paid the reciprocity fee, supplied a copy of the applicant's birth certificate, submitted proof of required continuing education, and supplied a current photograph of the applicant. The Temporary License shall expire at the next meeting of the Board of Pharmacy after issuance of the certificate. If the applicant does not appear at the first meeting of the Board of Pharmacy after the issuance of the Temporary License, he/she must cease practicing pharmacy in the State of Arkansas until reciprocity has been granted by the Arkansas State Board of Pharmacy.

Before issuing a Temporary Registration, the Board Member must personally talk to the applicant and ascertain that he/she has passed the Arkansas Jurisprudence Exam.

One is not eligible for an Arkansas license by reciprocity until he has been licensed six months in his/her state of original licensure by examination. Any practice in Arkansas, within this six-month period, must be as an intern and under the requirements set out in this criteria (unless consideration is made by the Board of Pharmacy and an exception is approved). The application for reciprocity will become null and void, if the it has not been completed in one year from the date of receipt in the Board of Pharmacy Office. 10/09/80 (Revised 04/07/89, 04/10/92, 02/10/97, Amended 10/10/98)

24. Hereafter, no Temporary License shall be granted a reciprocity applicant until the preliminary application has been received and approved by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy and the applicant has submitted the application to the Board Office, paid the reciprocity fee, supplied a copy of the applicant's birth certificate, submitted proof of required continuing education, and supplied a current photograph of the applicant. The Temporary License shall expire at the next meeting of the Board of Pharmacy after issuance of the certificate. If the applicant does not appear at the first meeting of the Board of Pharmacy after the issuance of the Temporary License, he/she must cease practicing pharmacy in the State of Arkansas until reciprocity has been granted by the Arkansas State Board of Pharmacy.

Before issuing a Temporary Registration, the Board Member must personally talk to the applicant and ascertain that he/she has passed the Arkansas Jurisprudence Exam.

One is not eligible for an Arkansas license by reciprocity until he has been licensed six months in his/her state of original licensure by examination. Any practice in Arkansas, within this six-month period, must be as an intern and under the requirements set out in this criteria (unless consideration is made by the Board of Pharmacy and an exception is approved). -The application for reciprocity will become null and void, if the it has not been completed in one year from the date of receipt in the Board of Pharmacy Office. 10/09/80 (Revised 04/07/89, 04/10/92, 02/10/97)

(3/12/1998)

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