M-9, r. 12.2.1 - Regulation respecting certain professional activities that may be engaged in by a pharmacist

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4. Despite sections 2 and 3, a pharmacist may not prescribe medication where the health problem is accompanied by one of the following elements:
(1)  a recurrent or persistent sign or symptom after the first medication prescribed by the pharmacist is taken;
(2)  a sign or a symptom suggesting the presence of an undiagnosed chronic or systemic disease;
(3)  a sign or symptom suggesting a decline or alteration in the functioning of an organ or a system;
(4)  an unusual reaction to the medication.
The pharmacist must then refer the patient to a professional empowered to assess his or her state of health and enter the reasons justifying the decision on a form to be given to the patient.
1400-2020O.C. 1400-2020, s. 4.
In force: 2021-01-25
4. Despite sections 2 and 3, a pharmacist may not prescribe medication where the health problem is accompanied by one of the following elements:
(1)  a recurrent or persistent sign or symptom after the first medication prescribed by the pharmacist is taken;
(2)  a sign or a symptom suggesting the presence of an undiagnosed chronic or systemic disease;
(3)  a sign or symptom suggesting a decline or alteration in the functioning of an organ or a system;
(4)  an unusual reaction to the medication.
The pharmacist must then refer the patient to a professional empowered to assess his or her state of health and enter the reasons justifying the decision on a form to be given to the patient.
1400-2020O.C. 1400-2020, s. 4.