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Guidelines for grading pharmacy professionals in Rwanda

National Pharmacy Council (NPC), (2017)


Grading of Pharmacy professionals emanated from the fact that there was no proper grading system for Health Professionals in place. Designating the Grading Criteria based on internationally acceptable standards, the National Pharmacy Council through its Education, Research and CPD committee initiated this activity to comply with public servants categorization and implementation of the new salary structure guidelines. The grading of Pharmacy professionals is made with reference to regional and international standards and best practices.
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Rwanda: An overview of t he National Pharmacy Council

National Pharmacy Council (NPC), (2016)


PowerPoint slides outlining the National Pharmacy Council (NPC) of Rwanda
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RWANDA: MINISTERIAL ORDER DETERMINING THE CODE OF ETHICS FOR PHARMACY PROFESSION

Government of Rwanda, (2015)


Official Gazette No 48 of 30/11/2015 | MINISTERIAL ORDER No 20/37 OF 30/10/2015 DETERMINING THE CODE OF ETHICS FOR PHARMACY PROFESSION
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Law establishing the Rwanda Allied Health Professions Council and determining its organisation, functioning and competence

Government of Rwanda, (2013)


N°46/2012 of 14/01/2013 - Official Gazette n° Special of 17/01/2013 - LAW No 45/2012 OF 14/01/2013 ON ORGANISATION, FUNCTIONING AND COMPETENCE OF THE COUNCIL OF PHARMACISTS
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CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) POLICY FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL COUNCILS IN RWANDA

Rwanda Medical and Dental Council (RMDC), National Council for Nurses and Midwives (NCNM), National Pharmacy Council (NPC) and Rwanda Allied Health Professionals Council (RAHPC), (2013)


This CPD Policy relates to all health professionals in the four Health Professional Councils in Rwanda namely; RMDC, NCNM, RAHPC, and RPC. The policy requires all health professionals to participate in the CPD Programs. The purpose of this CPD Policy is to support the professionals in the respective councils to develop a culture of continuing learning, acquire new knowledge and skills, and ensure efficient regulation and appropriate delivery of healthcare services to the community.
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LAW RELATING TO THE REGULATION AND INSPECTION OF FOOD AND PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS

Government of Rwanda, (2013)


Official Gazette No Special of 17/01/2013 | LAW No 47/2012 OF 14/01/2013 RELATING TO THE REGULATION AND INSPECTION OF FOOD AND PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS
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LAW ESTABLISHING RWANDA FOOD AND MEDICINES AUTHORITY

Government of Rwanda, (2013)


Official Gazette No 43 of 28/10/2013 | LAW No 74/2013 OF 11/09/2013 ESTABLISHING RWANDA FOOD AND MEDICINES AUTHORITY AND DETERMINING ITS MISSION, ORGANISATION AND FUNCTIONING
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Law Governing narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and precursors in Rwanda

Government of Rwanda, (2012)


Official Gazette No 15 of 09/04/2012 | LAW No 03/2012 OF 15/02/2012 GOVERNING NARCOTIC DRUGS, PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES AND PRECURSORS IN RWANDA
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Rwanda: Guidelines for Health Care Equipment Donations

Ministry of Health, Rwanda, (2017)


The purpose of these guidelines is to streamline the process for managing healthcare equipment donations to improve healthcare services provided to the population of Rwanda. These guidelines are intended to be used by both the donor and recipient of the healthcare equipment donation. Further, these guidelines apply to both in-country (e.q. one health facility donating equipment to another facility) and out-of-country healthcare equipment donations.
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Guidelines for decommissioning and disposing healthcare equipment in Rwanda

Ministry of Health, Republic of Rwanda, (2017)


These guidelines provide guidance of the procedures to be followed to decommission and dispose healthcare equipment at health facilities to ensure proper and safe healthcare equipment management.
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