Registration requirement for pharmacists in Bermuda

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In order to practice pharmacy in Bermuda a person must:

Hold bachelors degree in pharmacy from the UK or Canada or a qualification recognized by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Or Great Britain *Have completed a minimum 6 months post graduate experience *Have completed a minimum 1 month experience(after graduation) under the supervision , in Bermuda, of a registered pharmacist Be a member of the Bermuda Pharmaceutical Association *Pass an exam sat in Bermuda in approximately the 3rd week of the 1 month supervised experience.(the exam tests the candidate’s knowledge of pharmacology, commonly encountered calculations, sigs, local laws which are based on British pharmaceutical law and idiosyncrasies of local practice. The candidate will learn the latter two during the 3 weeks before the exam. There are no past papers to study. The exam is 3 hours in length and in the past, approximately 90% have been successful on the first attempt) For further information you should contact The Bermuda pharmaceutical association PO.Box HM 424 Hamilton HM BX Bermuda EMAIL: admin@bpa.bm Web: http://www.bpa.bm

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Juhis's picture

thanks for such information.
Juhi Sharma
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Dear Juhi.....
Thanks for the comment...
If any query please ask....
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Deepak Singh's picture

ya, its nice information ...........
but if any student graduated from india and want to do practice in BERMUDA then whats the basis formality he/she has to complete.
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Deepak Singh
MCOPS
Manipal

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Dear Deepak...
Thanks for the comment...
The information which i have mentioned above is for foreign trained pharmacists..i mean for those people not graduated from Bermuda..this also includes India.....
The above mentioned information is for the students who graduated in India and what to practice in Bermuda...
Hope you are clear about it...
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kranthi kumar's picture

Dear Zarrin faria,
This process seen to have a tuff way of entering relatively to other countries. Can you the Benifits of this country.

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Zarrin Faria's picture

Dear Kranthi.....
The procedure for such activities are country specific formulated in accordance to their own regulations......this seems to be a tougher then other countries as you have mentioned...
But you cant really compare...the benefit in my opinion is less competition ...suppose if you are wiiling to go into a country like US the amount of competition you will have to face will be gigantic but on the other hand countries like Bermuda will have comparatively less competition .....as awareness about these countries are less...
So even if the rules are difficult to comply with the opportunities can be many!!!
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Amol Malpani's picture

Dear Faria,
Good information that was. Actually I wish to ask about something by taking into consideration of one case,
A person completed his graduation and PG from Indian University and now he/she wish to go and work in bermuda as a pharmacist, then how he/she proceed?

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Amol Malpani.