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PRACTICING AS A PHARMACIST 


For a person to be able to practice as a pharmacist in Malta, first he/she needs to have his/her qualification recognised by the Pharmacy Council and then have his/her name entered in the Register of Pharmacists held by the Pharmacy Council. Subsequently the Pharmacy Council recommends the applicant for the issue of a licence to practice as a pharmacist in Malta.​ Application and documents required are found below:



PRACTICING AS A PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
 
For a person to be able to practice as a pharmacy technician in Malta, first he/she needs to have his/her qualification recognised by the Pharmacy Council and then have his/her name entered in the Register of Pharmacy Technicians held by the Pharmacy Council. 


RECOGNITION AS PHARMACIST
REGISTRATION AS A QUALIFIED PERSON (QP)

APPEALING FROM A DECISION RELATED TO AN APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION (Mode of Redress):
If you are in disagreement with the decision taken by the special licensing committee regarding your application, you have a right to appeal in accordance to Health Care Professions Act 2003, Cap 464. You may file an appeal in writing with the Appeals Committee within 20 calendar days from the date of the decision.  Please contact Dr. Anthony Gatt MD, DIP IMC (Ed), MSc, MMCFD Secretary to the Appeals Committee, by sending an email to anthony.b.gatt@gov.mt
 
CODE OF ETHICS FOR THE PHARMACEUTICAL PROFESSION