1. A podiatrist entered on the roll of the Ordre des podiatres du Québec may use in the practice of his profession or administer or prescribe to his patients the medications listed in Schedule I or in Schedule II, subject to the conditions prescribed in this Regulation.
A podiatrist who administers or prescribes to patients the medications listed in Schedule II that are not medications listed in Schedule I must hold a certificate issued by the Ordre des podiatres du Québec acknowledging that the podiatrist received university training in podiatric medicine in the last 5 years, comprising a minimum of 1145 hours apportioned as follows:
(1) 540 hours in anatomy-physiology;
(2) 90 hours in biochemistry;
(3) 105 hours in microbiology;
(4) 275 hours in general pathologies;
(5) 90 hours in basic pharmacology; and
(6) 45 hours in clinical pharmacology.
A podiatrist whose training referred to in subparagraphs 1 to 6 of the second paragraph was received more than 5 years previously must successfully complete the continuing education activities determined by the Ordre des podiatres du Québec pursuant to paragraph o of section 94 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26) and hold a certificate issued by the Order acknowledging that the activities were successfully completed, before the medications listed in Schedule II that are not medications listed in Schedule I may be administered to patients.
O.C. 1057-91, s. 1; O.C. 142-2003, s. 1.