If you were previously on the pharmacy student, provisional pharmacist, or courtesy register and your practice permit expired or was cancelled, you may reapply to the applicable register to complete the entry-to-practice requirements for pharmacists. If you were on the student or provisional register but your permit expired before you completed the entry-to-practice requirements, you may be required to provide proof of PEBC certification obtained within the last three years before you can return to the student or provisional register.
If you were on the clinical pharmacist register, you are required to adhere to the reinstatement requirements and process.
Follow these steps to reapply:
You must not practise until you receive notification that your practice permit is issued.