Board of Pharmacy Documents

The South Carolina Board of Pharmacy publishes newsletters and a variety of documents related to the licensing of pharmacists.

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    DSCSA and me #3
    (2024-04-01) South Carolina Board of Pharmacy
    This educational series from the South Carolina Board of Pharmacy focuses on the Drug Supply Chain Security Act and how it impacts you. The purpose of this series is to: Provide background on DSCSA ; Educate on federal requirements ; Provide information on how DSCSA impacts the individual licensees ; Discuss the stabilization period.
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    DSCSA and me
    (2024-04-01) South Carolina Board of Pharmacy
    This educational series from the South Carolina Board of Pharmacy focuses on the Drug Supply Chain Security Act and how it impacts you. The purpose of this series is to: Provide background on DSCSA ; Educate on federal requirements ; Provide information on how DSCSA impacts the individual licensees ; Discuss the stabilization period.
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    DSCSA and me [#2]
    (2024-04-01) South Carolina Board of Pharmacy
    This educational series from the South Carolina Board of Pharmacy focuses on the Drug Supply Chain Security Act and how it impacts you. The purpose of this series is to: Provide background on DSCSA ; Educate on federal requirements ; Provide information on how DSCSA impacts the individual licensees ; Discuss the stabilization period.
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    Automated Secure Pharmacy Pickup Kiosk and locker systems policy and procedure/guidelines 152
    (2023-09-06) South Carolina Board of Pharmacy
    This gives the rules for Automated Secure Pharmacy Pickup Kiosks.
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    Protocol for administration of vaccines by pharmacists submitted by the Joint Pharmacist Administered Vaccines Committee and reviewed, revised and approved by the South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners
    (2023-12-20) South Carolina Board of Pharmacy
    To help increase the vaccination rates in South Carolina, the South Carolina General Assembly enacted an amendment to the Pharmacy Practice Act that authorizes the Board of Medical Examiners to determine whether a specific vaccine is appropriate for administration by a licensed pharmacist without a written order or prescription of a practitioner. If a vaccine is approved for administration, the Board of Medical Examiners shall issue a written protocol for the administration of vaccines by licensed pharmacists without an order or prescription of a practitioner.