CASE 1    |    Sierra Burnes

CASE 2    |    Shirley Carter

CASE 3    |    Bradley Leonard (Butch) Sampson

CASE 4    |    Henry and Ertha Williams

CASE 5    |    Sherman (Red) Yoder

CASE 6    |    Charles Robert (Chip) Jones


CASE 8    |   Mrs. Millie Larsen

CASE 9    |    Ms. Julia Morales

CASE 10    |    Miss Patricia Verloren

CASE 11    |    Abel 

CASE 12    |    Heddy

CASE 13    |    NAME

CASE 14    |    NAME

CASE 15    |    NAME

CASE 16    |    NAME

CASE 17    |    NAME


Scope of Practice

The following services and/or acts are regarded to be acts specially pertaining to a pharmacist.

  1. The provision of pharmaceutical care by taking responsibility for the patient’s medicine-related needs and being accountable for meeting these needs, which shall include but not be limited to the following functions:
    1. evaluation of a patient’s medicine-related needs by determining the indication, safety and effectiveness of the therapy;
    2. dispensing of any medicine or scheduled substance on the prescription of a person authorised to prescribe medicine;
    3. furnishing of information and advice to any person with regard to the use of medicine;
    4. determining patient compliance with the therapy and follow-up to ensure that the patient’s medicine-related needs are being met; and
    5. the provision of pharmacist-initiated therapy;
  2. the compounding, manipulation, preparation or packaging of any medicine or scheduled substance or the supervision thereof;
  3. the manufacturing of any medicine or scheduled substance or the supervision thereof;
  4. the purchasing, acquiring, importing, keeping, possessing, using, releasing, storage, packaging, repackaging, supplying or selling of any medicine or scheduled substance or the supervision thereof; and
  5. the application for the registration of a medicine in accordance with the Medicines Act.

The scope of practice of a pharmacist is as follows:

  1. the acts specially pertaining to the profession of a pharmacist as prescribed above;
  2. the formulation of any medicine for the purposes of registration as a medicine;
  3. the distribution of any medicine or scheduled substance;
  4. the re-packaging of medicines;
  5. the initiation and conducting of pharmaceutical research and development; and
  6. the promotion of public health.