For a pharmacist to participate in a collaborative pharmacy practice agreement, the pharmacist shall:
(a) Have an unrestricted and current license to practice as a pharmacist in West Virginia;
(b) Personally have or have employer coverage of at least $1 million of professional liability insurance coverage;
(c) Meet one of the following qualifications, at a minimum:
(1) Earned a Certification from the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties, is a Certified Geriatric Practitioner, or has completed an American Society of Health System Pharmacists(ASHP) accredited residency program, which includes two years of clinical experience approved by the board; or
(2) Successfully completed the course of study and holds the academic degree of Doctor of Pharmacy and has three years of clinical experience approved by the board and has completed an Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) approved practice based continuing pharmacy education activity in the area of practice covered by the collaborative pharmacy practice agreement; or
(3) Successfully completed the course of study and hold the academic degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and has five years of clinical experience approved by the board and has completed two ACPE approved practice based continuing pharmacy education activity with at least one program in the area of practice covered by a collaborative pharmacy practice agreement.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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