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Act

Bill

Regulation

Guideline

By-Law

Standards

Policy

Part

Section

Subsection

Clause

Schedule

Title

Short Title

Federal Department of Health

Pharmacy Regulatory Authority

Voluntary Pharmacy Association/Professional Organization

NAPRA

National Drug Schedule

Schedule I

Schedule II

Schedule III

Schedule U

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CHA:Public Adminstration

CHA:Comprehensiveness

CHA:Universality

CHA:Portability

CHA:Accessibility

CHA: Insured Services

CHA: Uninsured Services

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enable the various pharmacy regulatory authorities to regulate the profession

Small distinct numbered subdivision of an act

Maintains and delivers the National Drug Schedules (NDS) and Develop national Guidelines, Models, Regulatory Frameworks, and standards

Services provided by hospitals and physicians are not considered medically necessary, and are not insured by provincial and territorial health insurance plans/private duty nursing services/telephone/tv/ prescription renewals by phone, doctor certificate/note

Description of the procedures to be followed

reviews drug submissions and make recommendations using a cascading model based on risk to to the public, and supervisions needed for us

Rx not required/pharmacist intervention required/behind the counter/ omeprazole 20mg

responsible for the legislation that regulates drug quality, safety, efficacy, importation, and advertising and manufacturing

Largest portion of a written law

The portions or divisions of subdivisions are called

The position of the publisher

Advocate for and promote: the role of the professional, the advancement of the profession, and the quality of patient care

All necessary services must by insured/covered

Must be carried out by a non profit/by public authority

enforce provincial/territorial legislation, and are the registering and regulating bodies/College of pharmacist of Manitoba (CPHM)

All persons insured must receive uniform coverage

Proposed Act

Rx Required/Not reviewed by NDSAC/Sold in pharmacy

Must be performed in order to meet the requirements of the regulations

subdivisions of a section of an act can be broken down even more into smaller portions known as subsections

Services must be unimpeded by financial or other barriers

Suggestions of voluntary behaviour

Formal list of contents or inventory of items

Provincial and territorial health insurance plans are required to provide insured persons with coverage of insured health services Hospital services and physician services

Rx not required/available for self-selection but products must be sold in a pharmacy. Pharmacist must be available, accessible and approachable/gravol

Canada Health Act/Protect, promote and restore the physical and mental well-being of residents of Canada and reasonable access to health services without financial or other barriers. Provides for criteria and conditions

Prevents patients from self-selection of schedule III products when pharmacist is not available for advice

Not rx required/Maybe be sold at any retail outlet/pharmacist not needed/asa 81mg

Insured services must be maintained when an insured person moves or travels

A bill that is passed

abbreviated title by which the act is more commonly known