The Connecticut Pharmacy Law covers a wide range of topics. It includes the powers and responsibilities of the Connecticut Commission of Pharmacy and the revocation and suspension of prescriptions.
Connecticut Pharmacy Law further includes a section regarding non-resident pharmacies and dispensing outpatients.
Connecticut Pharmacy law applies to all pharmacies in the state. As a member of the Council of Pharmacy, you must be a pharmacist who is licensed to practice in Connecticut.
A licensee can practice pharmacy services if they have completed the appropriate education requirements. This state’s Commission of Pharmacy sets minimum requirements for pharmacist license renewal, and the Commission of Pharmacy has the right to amend or remove conditions. This section of the Connecticut Pharmacy Law outlines these requirements. Master the basics by connecting with us.