Problem Question on the Registration of Pharmacists in Malaysia

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  1. Ms Rose Mah is a recent graduate from an approved pharmacy school in Malaysia. She decides that she wants to work locally as a registered pharmacist. Describe the process and requirements for registration as a pharmacist in Malaysia.

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Rose needs to possess a pharmacy qualification recognized by the Pharmacy Board Malaysia. After she checked to have a recognized pharmacy qualification, she shall be eligible to apply for provisional registration as a pharmacist. To apply for provisional registration, Rose needs to submit Form 1 (as in Registration of Pharmacists Regulation (ROPR) 2004 Subregulation 6(1)). Before registering her by the Registrar (Director of Pharmaceutical Services), she may be required to produce a certified true copy of the original degree or an official transcript of degree or other proof of qualification that may be considered satisfactory by the Pharmacy Board and an evidence of identity. The Registrar will then issues a certificate of provisional registration to her after satisfied with her condition.1,2 In order to apply for a full registration, Rose needs to obtain experience through involvement in pharmacy practice. Once she is being provisionally registered, she needs to complete her practice as a pharmacist in any premises listed in Second Schedule of Registration of Pharmacists Act (ROPA) 1951, recognized by the Pharmacy Board Malaysia for a period of not less than a year until the Board satisfies. If her performance is not satisfied by the Board, the Board may extend her employment as a provisionally registered pharmacist for a period of not more than a year. If she failed to engage in the employment as a pharmacist, her state of being provisionally registered will be revoked.2 After gaining experience as required and satisfied by the Board with issuance of certificate of satisfactory experience and a certificate by Minister under Section 6B(3) of ROPA 1951, Rose can proceed to apply for full registration. She needs to submit Form 5 (as in ROPR 2004 Subregulation 8(1)) and the following should be attached: (1) a certificate of satisfactory experience, (2) a certificate issued by Minister, (3) two passport size photographs and (4) pays a hundred ringgit. The Registrar will then issue a certificate of registration to Rose.1,2 After obtaining a full registration, Rose needs to serve as a pharmacist in public service for a period of not more than a year with an issuance of written notice by or on behalf of the Director General of Health as stated under Section 11C(1) and (5) of ROPA 1951.2 Before the end of every year, if she wishes to retain her name on the register, she shall make an application in Form 10 (as in ROPR 2004 Subregulation 12(1)) and pay fifty ringgit, during the ensuing year. After application and payment being made,

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