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This informational reference map is being presented to assist you in keeping updated on your state's compliance status with USP Chapter 797 and continuing education (CE) renewal requirements through a research project conducted by CriticalPoint, LLC and NABP.

 

New Mexico Board of Pharmacy
5200 Oakland NE, Suite A
Albuquerque, NM 87113
Phone: 505/222-9830
Website
State 797 Compliance Status: Direct

 

STATE <797> COMPLIANCE SURVEY RESULTS

 

Does the state have specific language requiring compliance with USP 797?

Yes 


What is regulation cited and verbiage used?

New Mexico Administrative Code - Title 16  Occupational and Professional Licensing - Chapter 19 - Pharmacists - Part 6 Pharmacies - Section - 16.19.6.11 - Minimum Equipment and Accessory Standards: Subchapter B. Parenteral Pharmaceuticals: (3) Pharmacist-in-Charge - (b) responsible for the development, implementation and continuing review of written SOP's consistent with USP/NF standards which are used by the operation in their daily operation; and Subchapter C. Sterile Pharmaceutical Preparation.

 

LICENSE AND TRAINING SURVEY RESULTS

 

How many hours of training are required for license renewal?

30

 

How often must you renew your license?    

Biennial

 

How many hours of didactic/live training are required for renewal?    

N/A

 

How many hours of pharmacy law are required for license renewals?   

2

 

How many hours during the renewal period must be in Sterile Compounding?    

N/A

 

What is the state law reference number regarding license renewal training?    

NM BReg 16.19.4.10

 

What is the name of this section heading?    

Continuing Education Requirements

 

What is the verbiage regarding the renewal of license requirements?    

 B. Effective date. Continuing education, certified as completed by an approved provider will be required of a registered pharmacist who applies for renewal of New Mexico registration as follows: 3.0 CEU (30 contact hours) every two years. Effective date January 1, 2003.

 

 

 

 

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