Practising the profession---
The issues of practising the profession of a pharmacist are regulated by the Act on pharmaceutical chambers.
The purpose of the profession of a pharmacist is to protect public health and provide pharmaceutical services particularly consisting in:
- preparation and manufacturing of medicinal products;
- evaluation of the quality of magistral, official and ready-made drugs;
- releasing medicinal products and medical devices;
- preparing magistral and official drugs in pharmacies;
- supervising the production, turnover, storage, use and disposal of medicinal products and devices referred to in item 3;
- providing information and advice relating to the effects and use of medicinal products and devices referred to in item 3 which are subject to trade in pharmacies and pharmaceutical wholesalers.
By practising their profession the members of the Pharmaceutical Chamber are obliged to:
- observe the principles of ethics and professional deontology, act with dignity and perform professional duties conscientiously;
- keep confidential information concerning the patient’s health, obtained in the course of practising the profession.