Rules For Pharmacist Education And Professional Qualifications In The Supporting Documents Recognised By Applying A Special System For The Recognition Of Professional Qualifications, The

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par farmaceita izglītību un profesionālo kvalifikāciju apliecinošiem dokumentiem, kurus atzīst, piemērojot speciālo profesionālās kvalifikācijas atzīšanas sistēmu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 424 in 2004 (April 22. No 24, § 61) rules for pharmacist education and professional qualifications in the supporting documents recognised by applying a special system for the recognition of professional qualifications issued in accordance with the law "About the regulated professions and the recognition of professional qualifications" in article 36, paragraph 5, and article 54, first subparagraph 1. determines: 1.1. obtained foreign pharmacist education and professional qualifications in the supporting documents (hereinafter referred to as the pharmacist qualifications), which recognises the application of the special system for the recognition of professional qualifications; 1.2. the duration of professional experience and type of cases in which the special system for the recognition of professional qualifications obtained abroad, if the pharmacist staff and supporting documents partially comply with the laws and regulations of education laid down the minimum requirements for the training of professional qualification.
2. in applying a special system for the recognition of professional qualifications, recognise the qualifications of pharmacists documents (annex), which the Member States of the European Union, European economic area countries and other countries that the Republic of Latvia in accordance with binding international agreements are laid down in the Member States of the European Union the right to the recognition of professional qualifications in the field, gives the right to professional training is recognized in the European Union, comply with the laws and regulations of the Republic of Latvia the provisions laid down in the curriculum requirements for the pharmacist's professional qualification and is issued 2.1. the Republic of Austria:-from 1 January 1994; 2.2. The Kingdom of Belgium-from 1 October 1987; 2.3. In the Czech Republic, from 1 May 2004; 2.4. The Kingdom of Denmark – from 1 October 1987; 2.5. the French Republic, from 1 October 1987; 2.6. The Hellenic Republic, of 1 October 1987; 2.7. in the Republic of Estonia, from 1 May 2004; 2.8. in the Republic of Ireland-from 1 October 1987; 2.9. the Republic of Iceland, from 1 January 1994; 2.10. the Italian Republic, from November 1, 1993, except for the Republic of Italy advances education and professional qualifications in the supporting documents in respect of the education of pharmacist started up on 1 November 1993 and completed by November 1, 2003 and partially comply with the laws and regulations of education laid down the minimum requirements; 2.11. The Republic of Cyprus as from 1 May 2004; 2.12. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, from 1 October 1987; 2.13. The Republic of Lithuania, from 1 May 2004; 2.14. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, from 1 October 1987; 2.15. Republic of Malta – from 1 May 2004; 2.16. The Kingdom of the Netherlands, from 1 October 1987; 2.17. the Kingdom of Norway, from 1 January 1994; 2.18. The Republic of Poland, from 1 May 2004; 2.19. The Portuguese Republic, from 1 October 1987; 2.20. The Slovak Republic, from 1 May 2004; 2.21. The Republic of Slovenia, from 1 May 2004; 2.22. the Republic of Finland, from 1 January 1994; 2.23. The Kingdom of Spain-from 1 October 1987; 2.24. the Swiss Confederation, from June 1, 2002; 2.25. The Republic of Hungary, from 1 May 2004; 2.26. The Federal Republic of Germany, from 1 October 1987, except in the German Democratic Republic issued staff and supporting documents that are part of the Republic of Latvia legislation educational program set out the minimum requirements; 2.27. The Kingdom of Sweden, from 1 January 1994.
3. the provisions referred to in paragraph 2, the date the pharmacist qualifications provided to documents that give the right to carry out professional activities of pharmacists and comply with the laws and regulations of education programmes set out the minimum requirements for the pharmacist's professional qualification, but not fixed in the annex to these provisions, recognises the application of the special system for the recognition of professional qualifications, if they are connected to the home country competent authority issued the document which certifies that the person has acquired the necessary education to perform a professional pharmacist and pharmacist qualifications are recognised as equivalent to the provisions of the documents mentioned in annex.
4. before the provisions referred to in paragraph 2, the date (except this rule 6, 8 and 9 in paragraph) pharmacist qualifications provided to documents that give right to the professional activities of a pharmacist and is recognized in the European Union, recognises the application of the special system for the recognition of professional qualifications, if they comply with the laws and regulations of education programmes set out the minimum requirements for the training of professional qualification. 5. before the provisions referred to in paragraph 2, the date the country concerned (with the exception of this rule 6, 8 and 9 in paragraph) pharmacist qualifications provided to documents that give right to the professional activities of pharmacists and partly comply with the laws and regulations of education programmes set out the minimum requirements for the pharmacist's professional qualification, recognised by applying a special system for the recognition of professional qualifications, if they are accompanied by the competent institution of that State-issued document certifying that the person is not less than three years of continuous professional experience in the profession of pharmacist five years prior to the date of issue of this document. 6. The territory of the Democratic Republic of Germany provided to pharmacists in the qualification documents, which give the right to pursue the professional activities of pharmacists and partly comply with the laws and regulations of education programmes set out the minimum requirements for the pharmacist's professional qualification, recognised by applying a special system for the recognition of professional qualifications if: they attest that the 6.1 education is started before German unification; 6.2. they are accompanied by the Federal Republic of Germany issued by the competent institution, a document certifying that such pharmacist qualifications are recognised throughout the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany under the same conditions as those referred to in paragraph 2, the provisions of the qualification documents, the pharmacist and the competent institution issued the document which certifies that the person to whom it was issued, is not less than three years of continuous professional experience in the profession of pharmacist five years prior to the date of issue of this document.
7. the pharmacist education documents issued to a person whose home State is the Principality of Liechtenstein recognizes, applying a special system for the recognition of professional qualifications, if they are added to the competent authorities of the Principality of Liechtenstein of the document which certifies that the person has acquired practical training necessary for the pursuit of the professional activities of a pharmacist profession in the Principality of Liechtenstein. 8. The special system for the recognition of professional qualifications shall apply the qualification documents, the pharmacist if the acquisition of education have launched or are derived:

8.1. until 1 January 1993 – Socialist Republic of Czechoslovakia and of the Czech Republic added the competent authority issued the document or documents proving that its territory following a pharmacist qualification documents have the same legal significance as Czech qualifications of pharmacists issued documents, which give the right to carry out professional activities of pharmacists and the person is not less than three years of continuous professional experience in the profession of pharmacist five years prior to the date of issue of the document; 8.2. before 20 august 1991, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and they have added to the competent authorities of the Republic of Estonia issued the document or documents proving that its territory following a pharmacist qualification documents have the same legal meaning as a pharmacist in the Republic of Estonia issued the qualification document that gives right to the professional activities of pharmacists, and a person is not less than three years of continuous professional experience in the profession of pharmacist five years prior to the date of issue of the document; 8.3. to 11 March 1990, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and they have added the Lithuanian competent authorities issued a document or documents attesting that the territory following a pharmacist qualification documents have the same legal meaning as a pharmacist in the Republic of Lithuania issued the qualification document that gives right to the professional activities of pharmacists, and a person is not less than three years of continuous professional experience in the profession of pharmacist five years prior to the date of issue of the document; 8.4. to 1993 1 January – Socialist Republic of Czechoslovakia and have added to the competent institution of the Slovak Republic issued the document or documents proving that its territory following a pharmacist qualification documents have the same legal meaning as the Slovak Republic issued the qualification document for pharmacists, which give the right to carry out professional activities of pharmacists and the person is not less than three years of continuous professional experience in the profession of pharmacist five years prior to the date of issue of the document; 8.5. till 25 June 1991, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Slovenia is added to the competent authority issued the document or documents proving that its territory following a pharmacist qualification documents have the same legal significance as in the Republic of Slovenia issued a pharmacist qualification documents, which give the right to carry out professional activities of pharmacists and the person is not less than three years of continuous professional experience in the profession of pharmacist five years prior to the date of issue of this document.
9. the Italian Republic issued the qualification document for pharmacist pharmacist training, which started up on 1 November 1993 and completed by November 1, 2003, and partly to comply with the laws and regulations of education laid down the minimum requirements for the pharmacist's professional qualification, recognised by applying a special system for the recognition of professional qualifications, if they are accompanied by the competent institution of the Republic of Italy issued a document that certifies that the person is not less than three years of continuous professional experience in the profession of pharmacist five years prior to the issuance of this document daily. 10. If a person wishes to work in the Republic of Latvia for the pharmacy, the pharmacist's qualifications must be accompanied home country competent authority issued the document, which certifies that: 10.1. a person not less than three years of continuous professional experience in the profession of pharmacist five years prior to the date of issue of the document; 10.2. no person suffering from a mental illness, drug addiction or alcoholism, toksikomānij; 10.3. the person has a perfect reputation, it is not penalized for committing a criminal offence and the Court is not recognized as insolvent debtor, and it is not administratively punished during the year on pharmaceutical activity.
Informative reference to European Union directives, regulations include legal provisions arising from: 1) of the Council of 16 September 1985 of Directive 85/433/EEC concerning the recognition of diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications on the mutual recognition of pharmacy, including measures to facilitate the right of free establishment effective implementation in respect of certain activities in the pharmaceutical sector; 2) the European Community, the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 May 2001, Directive 2001/19/EC, amending Council Directive 89/48/EEC and Council Directive 92/51/EEC on a general system for the recognition of professional qualifications and Council directives 77/452/EEC, Council Directive 77/453/EEC, Council Directive 78/686/EEC, Council Directive 78/687/EEC, Council Directive 78/1026/EEC , Council Directive 78/1027/EEC, Council Directive 80/154/EEC, Council Directive 80/155/EEC, Council Directive 85/384/EEC, Council Directive 85/432/EEC, Council Directive 85/433/EEC and in Council Directive 93/16/EEC concerning the general care nurse, practicing dentist, veterinarian, veterinary surgeons, midwives, architects, pharmacists and doctors in the profession (text with EEA relevance).
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