N.Y. Education Law Section 6806
Limited permits


1.

The department may issue a limited permit for employment as a “pharmacy intern” to:

a.

A student enrolled in the last two years of a registered program in pharmacy, or

b.

A graduate of a program in pharmacy which meets standards established by the commissioner’s regulations who is engaged in meeting the experience requirements or whose application for initial licensure is pending with the department.

2.

A pharmacy intern may, as determined by the commissioner’s regulations, practice as a pharmacist under the immediate personal supervision of a licensed pharmacist. A pharmacy intern may also receive a certificate of administration if he or she provides satisfactory evidence to the commissioner that he or she meets the requirements of subdivision three of this section.

3.

No pharmacy intern shall administer immunizing agents without receiving training satisfactory to the commissioner and the commissioner of health, as prescribed in regulations of the commissioner, which shall include, but not be limited to: techniques for screening individuals and obtaining informed consent; techniques of administration; indications, precautions and contraindications in the use of an agent or agents; recordkeeping of immunization and information; and handling emergencies, including anaphylaxis and needlestick injuries. To receive a certification to administer immunizations, the pharmacy intern shall provide documentation, on a form prescribed by the department, from the dean or other appropriate official of the registered program that the intern has completed the required training, pursuant to regulations of the commissioner.

4.

A limited permit issued to a pharmacy intern shall have an expiration date of five years from the date of issue. Limited permits may be renewed once for a period not to exceed two years.

5.

Fees. The fee for each limited permit issued to a pharmacy intern shall be seventy dollars.

6.

In the case of a pharmacy intern, certified to administer immunizations, administration must be conducted under the immediate personal supervision of a licensed pharmacist certified to administer vaccines. A person receiving a vaccine must be informed that a pharmacy intern, certified to administer immunizations, will be administering the vaccine and of the option to receive the vaccination from a certified pharmacist.

Source: Section 6806 — Limited permits, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/EDN/6806 (updated Dec. 14, 2018; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

6800
Introduction
6801
Definition of practice of pharmacy
6801‑A
Collaborative drug therapy management demonstration program
6802
Definitions
6803
Practice of pharmacy and use of title “pharmacist”
6804
State board of pharmacy
6805
Requirements for a professional license
6806
Limited permits
6807
Exempt persons
6808
Registering and operating establishments
6808‑A
Identification of Pharmacists
6808‑B
Registration of nonresident establishments
6810
Prescriptions
6811
Misdemeanors
6811‑A
Certain drugs to be clearly marked or labeled
6811‑B
Door-to-door distribution of drugs prohibited
6811‑C
Patient notification of recalled drugs
6812
Special provisions
6813
Seizure: 1
6814
Records of shipment
6815
Adulterating, misbranding and substituting
6816
Omitting to label drugs, or labeling them wrongly
6816‑A
When substitution is required
6817
New drugs
6818
Adulterated and misbranded cosmetics
6818‑A
Cosmetic samples
6819
Regulations making exceptions
6820
Certification of coal-tar colors for drugs and cosmetics
6821
Poison schedules
6822
Examinations and investigations
6823
Factory inspection
6824
Injunction proceedings
6825
Proof required in prosecution for certain violations
6826
Drug retail price lists
6826‑A
Reducing certain copayments
6827
Mandatory continuing education
6828
Certificates of administration
6829
Interpretation and translation requirements for prescription drugs and standardized medication labeling
6830
Standardized patient-centered data elements
6831
Special provisions relating to outsourcing facilities
6832
Limitations on assistance of an unlicensed person

Accessed:
Jun. 15, 2024

Last modified:
Dec. 14, 2018

§ 6806’s source at nysenate​.gov

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