O-7, r. 14.1 - Regulation respecting the standards for the issue and holding of permits authorizing an optometrist to administer and prescribe medications and provide eye care

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1. A permit authorizing an optometrist to administer medications for eye examination purposes only and a permit authorizing an optometrist to administer and prescribe medications for therapeutic purposes and provide eye care are issued to a member of the Ordre des optométristes du Québec who
(1)  has submitted to the secretary of the Order an application for a permit on the form provided for that purpose;
(2)  has paid the fees prescribed by the board of directors of the Order for the issue of the permit;
(3)  has successfully completed, during the 4 years preceding the year of the application, under a training program offered by an educational institution that issues a diploma meeting the requirements for the permit issued by the Order or as part of another training program recognized as equivalent by the board of directors, a training period that includes a minimum of 145 hours of theoretical and clinical courses in eye health and the pharmacological treatment of certain ocular pathologies;
(4)  has successfully completed training in Basic Life Support (BLS) for health care professionals of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
846-2018O.C. 846-2018, s. 1.
In force: 2018-07-19
1. A permit authorizing an optometrist to administer medications for eye examination purposes only and a permit authorizing an optometrist to administer and prescribe medications for therapeutic purposes and provide eye care are issued to a member of the Ordre des optométristes du Québec who
(1)  has submitted to the secretary of the Order an application for a permit on the form provided for that purpose;
(2)  has paid the fees prescribed by the board of directors of the Order for the issue of the permit;
(3)  has successfully completed, during the 4 years preceding the year of the application, under a training program offered by an educational institution that issues a diploma meeting the requirements for the permit issued by the Order or as part of another training program recognized as equivalent by the board of directors, a training period that includes a minimum of 145 hours of theoretical and clinical courses in eye health and the pharmacological treatment of certain ocular pathologies;
(4)  has successfully completed training in Basic Life Support (BLS) for health care professionals of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
846-2018O.C. 846-2018, s. 1.