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Guidelines for Evaluation and Assessment for Registration of Pharmacists

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Guidelines for Evaluation and Assessment for Registration of Pharmacists

The mission of the Pharmacy and Poisons Board is to ensure the availability of quality pharmaceutical services in Kenya. These services must satisfy the requirements of all for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases using safe, quality, efficacious, and cost effective pharmaceutical products.The attainment of the mission and its objectives requires critical mass of well trained and ethical pharmaceutical personnelof whom Pharmacists form a significantgroup.The“Guidelines for Evaluation and Assessment for a Pharmacist” wasfirst published in 1999by the Pharmacy and Poisons Board (PPB) to outline the criteria and prerequisite for registration as a Pharmacistin Kenya. However, a lot of changes have been seen in the legal, regulatory, training and practice environment over the years. These have necessitated the review of the guidelines and hence the publication of this version of the “Guidelines for Assessment andEvaluation for Registration of Pharmacists.”The development and review of these guidelines has been a big achievement for the Board in the implementation of assessing the competencies acquired by Pharmacists during training. They form part of the standards harmonization efforts. The achievement of success and quality in training and practice of Pharmacists as contemplated by the Board requires active participation of all stakeholders.

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