R. 64B16-27.100 Proof of Licensure; Display of License; Pharmacist, Registered Pharmacy Intern and Registered Pharmacy Technician Identification
R. 64B16-27.1001 Practice of Pharmacy
R. 64B16-27.103 Oral Prescriptions and Copies
R. 64B16-27.104 Conduct Governing Pharmacists and Pharmacy Permittees
R. 64B16-27.1042 Rebates Prohibited; Violations Defined
R. 64B16-27.210 General Terms and Conditions to Be Followed by a Pharmacist When Ordering and Dispensing Approved Medicinal Drug Products
R. 64B16-27.211 Prescription Refills
R. 64B16-27.220 Medicinal Drugs Which May Be Ordered by Pharmacists
R. 64B16-27.230 Fluoride Containing Products
R. 64B16-27.300 Standards of Practice – Continuous Quality Improvement Program
R. 64B16-27.4001 Delegation to and Supervision of Pharmacy Technicians; Responsibility of Supervising Pharmacist
R. 64B16-27.410 Registered Pharmacy Technician to Pharmacist Ratio
R. 64B16-27.420 Pharmacy Technician – Delegable and Non-Delegable Tasks
R. 64B16-27.450 Prescription Department Managers
R. 64B16-27.500 Negative Drug Formulary
R. 64B16-27.520 Positive Drug Formulary
R. 64B16-27.530 Duty of Pharmacist to Inform Regarding Drug Substitution
R. 64B16-27.615 Possession and Disposition of Sample Medicinal Drugs
R. 64B16-27.700 Definition of Compounding
R. 64B16-27.797 The Standards of Practice for Compounding Sterile Products
R. 64B16-27.800 Requirement for Patient Records
R. 64B16-27.810 Prospective Drug Use Review
R. 64B16-27.820 Patient Counseling
R. 64B16-27.830 Standards of Practice – Drug Therapy Management
R. 64B16-27.831 Standards of Practice for the Filling of Controlled Sustance Prescriptions; Electronic Prescribing; Mandatory Continuing Education
R. 64B16-27.850 Standards of Practice for Orthotics and Pedorthics
R. 64B16-27.851 Record-Keeping for Orthotics and Pedorthics

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