Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Designated Representative Violations

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The California Board of Pharmacy files cases against designated representatives where the violation(s) involve significant misconduct on the part of the licensee. The board believes that revocation is typically the appropriate penalty when grounds for discipline are found to exist. Grounds for discipline include, but are not limited to, the following violation(s) of law(s) involving:
  • Possession of dangerous drugs and/or controlled substances
  • Use of dangerous drugs and/or controlled substances
  • Possession for sale of dangerous drugs and/or controlled substances
  • Personal misuse of drugs or alcohol
If revocation is not imposed, the board recommends a minimum Category III level of discipline be imposed on the designated representative. This would include suspension and probation.
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