P-10, r. 18.2 - Regulation respecting the prescription of a medication by a pharmacist

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SCHEDULE I
(s. 1)
CASES FOR WHICH A PHARMACIST MAY PRESCRIBE A MEDICATION
1. Traveller’s diarrhea (treatment when it occurs).
2. Malaria prophylaxis.
3. Perinatal vitamin supplementation.
4. Nausea and vomiting related to pregnancy.
5. Smoking cessation (excluding the prescription of varenicline and bupropion).
6. Emergency oral contraception.
7. Hormonal contraception following a prescription of a medication required for the purposes of emergency oral contraception, for an initial period of not more than 3 months; the prescription may be extended for a maximum period of 3 months.
8. Pediculosis.
9. Antibiotic prophylaxis in valve carriers.
10. Cytoprotective prophylaxis in patients at risk.
11. Prophylaxis of acute mountain sickness (excluding the prescription of dexamethasone or sildenafil).
O.C. 604-2013, Sch. I.