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LEGAL RESEARCH PAPER
The objective of this project is to familiarize the student with applicable legal restraints on business. It is important that each prospective business manager be able to locate applicable law regulating the business activity; be able to understand the goal sought by the legislation; be able to understand and apply current interpretation of such legislation; and be able to conform decisional activity to the requirement imposed by such legislation.
Note: Students can only do legal research on California Codes and Regulations.
The structure and organization of the legal research is the following:
California Codes And Regulations: Legal Restraints On Pharmacy Practice/Business
Length: 5 pages (1375 Words)
California Codes and Regulations: Legal Restraints on Pharmacy Practice/Business
The legislation that is discussed in the paper is based on pharmacy scope of practice and exceptions. The business code of regulation appears in California Law, California Business and Professions Code under, Chapter 9 (Pharmacy), Article 3, section 4050 to 4068. The topic is important because pharmacy regulations are indispensable in every society. The law ensures that only the academically and professionally qualified, as well as the duly certified pharmacists, can participate in manufacture, sale, and administration of medicinal drugs. Regulation in this field is important because it ensures that patients are not poisoned by fake pharmacists who may want to sell medicines as a money-minting business without considering the health of the patient.
The primary purpose of the pharmacy scope of practice and exceptions law is to help govern the practice of pharmacy business. Health care cannot be successfully done and its outcomes attained when medicinal drugs are not administered in the right manner. At the same time, poor administration of medicinal drugs may lead to loss of lives that negatively affects the social and economic well-beings of the society. This is the reason that the regulation of pharmacy business is important because it helps to save lives. The law is important and aims to protect unsuspecting patients and members of the public from unqualified and untrained self-confessed pharmacists (Horner, et al 190). The purpose of the legislation is also to govern the code of conduct of pharmacists because most of them fear being sued for misconduct and having their licenses revoked by the authorities.