Certification will not be given for internship experience obtained at a nontraditional site or program unless the Board approves the program before the intern begins the internship. Internship training at any site which is not licensed as a general or hospital pharmacy is considered nontraditional internship.
Written application for approval of a nontraditional internship program shall include site or program specific competencies, consistent with the goal and objectives of internship in 657-4.2(155A), to be attained during that internship. A preceptor supervising a nontraditional internship program shall be a pharmacist, and the requirements of 657-4.9(155A) shall apply to all preceptors.
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