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There are several statues that govern Bermuda’s Pharmacy system. These acts and regulations provide a framework for the conduct of many aspects of the healthcare system. Below is a list of the laws the form the basis for pharmacy practice in Bermuda. Many of the acts listed have additional regulations which can be found at www.bermudalaws.bm.

 

Pharmacy and Poisons Act 1979


Pharmacy and Poisons (Registration of Pharmacists) Regulations 1979


Pharmacy and Poisons (Standards for Pharmacies) Regulations 1979


Pharmacy and Poisons (Control of Prescriptions) Regulations 1979


Pharmacy and Poisons (Disciplinary Procedure) Regulations 1979


Pharmacy and Poisons (Licensed Sellers of Poisons) Regulations 1979


Pharmacy and Poisons (Registration of Pharmacies) Regulations 1979


Pharmacy and Poisons Regulations 1998


Pharmacy and Poisons (Designated Countries) Order 2009


Pharmacy and Poisons (Designation of Approved Countries) Order 2011


Pharmacy and Poisons Regulations 2013

 

Pharmacy and Poisons Amendment Act 2013

 

Misuse of Drugs Act 1972

 

Misuse of Drugs Regulations 1973

 

Misuse of Drugs (Designation) Order 1973

 

Misuse of Drugs (Supply to Addicts) Regulations 1974

 

Misuse of Drugs (Form of Analyst’s Certificate) Regulations 1974

 

Misuse of Drugs Tribunal Rules 1975

 

Misuse of Drugs (Amendment Act ) 1997

 

Misuse of Drugs (Controlled Drugs) Order 1996

 

Misuse of Drugs (Controlled Drugs) Order 2001

 

Misuse of Drugs Amendment Act 2005

 

Misuse of Drugs Amendment Regulations 2014

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