P-10, r. 3.2 - Regulation respecting the initiation and modification of medication therapy, the administration of a medication and the prescription of tests by a pharmacist

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4. A pharmacist may adjust or cease a patient’s medication therapy in the following cases:
(1)  if it is necessary to modify a prescription to ensure the effectiveness of the medication therapy or the safety of the patient, in particular to reduce the adverse effects of a medication, manage drug interactions, prevent organ failure, take into account the patient’s renal or hepatic function, take into account the patient’s weight, improve the patient’s tolerance to medication therapy or correct an obvious error in dosage;
(2)  according to a prescription of another professional authorized to prescribe medications;
(3)  following a consultation request referred to in Division III;
(4)  as part of an advanced practice partnership agreement referred to in Division IV.
1401-2020O.C. 1401-2020, s. 4.
In force: 2021-01-25
4. A pharmacist may adjust or cease a patient’s medication therapy in the following cases:
(1)  if it is necessary to modify a prescription to ensure the effectiveness of the medication therapy or the safety of the patient, in particular to reduce the adverse effects of a medication, manage drug interactions, prevent organ failure, take into account the patient’s renal or hepatic function, take into account the patient’s weight, improve the patient’s tolerance to medication therapy or correct an obvious error in dosage;
(2)  according to a prescription of another professional authorized to prescribe medications;
(3)  following a consultation request referred to in Division III;
(4)  as part of an advanced practice partnership agreement referred to in Division IV.
1401-2020O.C. 1401-2020, s. 4.