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    • PRESIDENT: PHD. PHARM. Dumitru LUPULIASA MEMBERS: (IMI) PHD. PHARM. Doina DRAGANESCU PHARM. Ion-Bogdan DUMITRESCU ROMANIAN PHARMACISTS ’ ASSOCIATION
    • R.P.A. – LEGAL ASPECTS
      • LAW no. 95/2006 regarding the reform in health domain
      • Pharmacists – title XIV – regarding the Pharmacists profession :
        • Chapter I – The Pharmacy Profession
        • Chapter II - Directives regarding the possibility to exert the Pharmacy profession in Romania by pharmacists coming from another EU, EEA member state or from the Swiss Confederation
        • Chapter III – The structure and activity of the Romanian Pharmacists’ Association
    • R.P.A. – LEGAL ASPECTS
      • Chapter I – The Pharmacy profession
      • Art.553 – The pharmacy profession in Romania is exercised by individuals possessing of a formal qualification in Pharmacy (Romanian citizens, citizens of an EU Member State, EEA or Swiss Confederation)
    • R.P.A. – LEGAL ASPECTS
      • ART. 554 – (B) The degrees of qualification in pharmacy refers to a pharmacist diploma, issued by an medico-pharmaceutical institution of higher education accredited in Romania, pharmacist specialist certificate issued by the Ministry of Health, diploma, certificate or other evidence of a pharmacy degree, issued according to the Union European rules.
      • Art.555 – Formal qualifications in the pharmacy profession, obtained abroad, the EU Member States.
    • R.P.A. – LEGAL ASPECTS
      • Art.556 – Monitoring and controlling the exercise of the profession of pharmacist is made by the Romanian Pharmacists’ Association and the Ministry of Health, called the Romanian competent authorities
      • Art. 557 – The pharmacy profession is an independent one, and can be exercised based n the membership certificate issued by the Romanian Pharmacists’ Association, as an employee or as the owner.
    • R.P.A. – LEGAL ASPECTS
      • Art.560 – The Pharmacy profession can be exerted in Romania by persons that fulfill the following conditions: hold a formal qualification in pharmacy, as provided by law, are not found in any of unworthiness or incompatibility cases stipulated by this law, are able to work from a medical point of view, are members of the Romanian Pharmacists’ Association
      • Pharmacists, citizens of an EU Member State, of any State belonging to the EEA or the Swiss Confederation, established in Romania, have the same rights and obligations as Romanian pharmacists, members of the Romanian Pharmacists’ Association
    • R.P.A. – LEGAL ASPECTS
      • Section 3: Authorizing the exercise of the pharmacy profession
      • Pharmacists are allowed to profess based on the membership certificate issued by the Romanian Pharmacists’ Association, which is valid across all the period of exercise of the profession, except when incompatibilities of indignity issues appear.
      • the membership certificate issued by the Romanian Pharmacists’ Association is granted after the solicitant presents the following documents: diplomas that attest the qualifications in the pharmacy profession, health assessment certificate, statement on own responsibility, criminal record certificate
    • R.P.A. – LEGAL ASPECTS
      • Chapter II – Directives regarding the possibility to exert the Pharmacy profession in Romania by pharmacists coming from another EU, EEA member state or from the Swiss Confederation
      • Section 1 – the Romanian authorities accept the certificate emitted by the member state of origin, which has to state that the person in question had practiced that activity in that member state for a period of time equivalent to the one stipulated by the Romanian legislation for that particular activity
    • R.P.A. – LEGAL ASPECTS
      • Section 2 – guidelines regarding the facilitation the right to residency
      • The demands of the pharmacists that are citizens of a EU, EEA or Swiss Confederation are resolved by the Ministry of Health in collaboration with the Romanian Pharmacists’ Association, within 3 months since the request was made
      • The applicant has to present the following documents: copy of the citizenship documents, copy of the documents from which it results the qualifications in the pharmaceutical field, certificate emitted by the competent authorities of the member state of origin, which certify that the official qualification degrees are stipulated in the 2005/36/CE Directive.
    • R.P.A. – participation at IMI Project
      • 03.2007 – meeting IMI PQ Pilot system
      • 11.2007 – registration of RPA as IMI user
      • 03.2008 – the launch of the IMI system in Romania 10.2008 – training session for the IMI platform
      • 01.2010 – the launch of IMI S NET network, for services in Romania
      • 06.2011 –IMI PQNET Romania collaboration protocol
    • R.P.A. – participation at IMI Project
      • Information requests:
      • 03.2010 – request 13.468
      • 01.2011 – request 15.879
      • 03.2011 – requests 16.413 and 16.460
      • 06.2011 – request 17.073
      • 10.2011 – requests 18.164 and 18.228
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