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     Idaho Statutes

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54-1726.  Grounds for discipline. (1) The board of pharmacy may penalize as set forth in section 54-1728, Idaho Code, a certificate of any person, pursuant to the procedures set forth in chapter 52, title 67, Idaho Code, upon one (1) or more of the following grounds:
(a)  Unprofessional conduct as that term is defined by the rules of the board;
(b)  Incapacity of a nature that prevents a person from engaging in the practice of pharmacy with reasonable skill, competence and safety to the public;
(c)  Being found guilty, convicted or having received a withheld judgment or suspended sentence by a court of competent jurisdiction in this state or any other state of one (1) or more of the following:
(i)   Any crime deemed relevant in accordance with section 67-9411(1), Idaho Code;
(ii)  Any act related to the qualifications, functions or duties of a licensee or registrant; or
(iii)  Violations of the pharmacy or drug laws of this state or rules pertaining thereto, or of statutes, rules or regulations of any other state, or of the federal government;
(d)  Fraud or intentional misrepresentation by a licensee or registrant in securing the issuance or renewal of a certificate;
(e)  Engaging or aiding and abetting an individual to engage in the practice of pharmacy without a certificate or falsely using the title of pharmacist; and
(f)  Being found by the board to be in violation of any of the provisions of this chapter, chapter 27, title 37, Idaho Code, or rules adopted pursuant to either chapter.
(2)  Nonresident licensees and registrants shall be held accountable to the board for violations by its agents and employees and subject to the same grounds for discipline and penalties for their actions as set forth herein.

[54-1726, added 1979, ch. 131, sec. 3, p. 417; am. 1985, ch. 152, sec. 3, p. 409; am. 1988, ch. 12, sec. 1, p. 15; am. 1993, ch. 216, sec. 70, p. 650; am. 2013, ch. 28, sec. 9, p. 61; am. 2020, ch. 175, sec. 22, p. 525; am. 2021, ch. 54, sec. 15, p. 171.]

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