West Virginia Code of State Rules
Title 15 - Pharmacy
15-07 - Registration of Pharmacy Technicians
§15-7-6 - Nuclear Pharmacy Technician Endorsement Requirements.

§15-7-6. Nuclear Pharmacy Technician Endorsement Requirements.

6.1. Submit a written application to the board;

6.2. Pay the applicable fees;

6.3. Have graduated from high school or obtained a Certificate of General Educational Development (GED) or equivalent;

6.4. Have successfully completed a pharmacy provided, competency-based nuclear pharmacy technician education and training program approved by the board;

6.5. Have all applicable national certifications and comply with all federal rules and regulations;

6.6. Not be an alcohol or drug abuser, as these terms are defined in §27-1A-11 of this code: Provided, That an applicant in an active recovery process, which may, in the discretion of the board, be evidenced by participation in a 12-step program or other similar group or process, may be considered;

6.7. Not have been convicted of a felony in any jurisdiction within 10 years preceding the date of application for license, which conviction remains unreversed;

6.8. Not have been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony in any jurisdiction if the offense for which he or she was convicted bearing a rational nexus to the practice of pharmacist care, which conviction remains unreversed; and

6.9. Have fulfilled any other requirement specified by the board in any rule.

6.10. A person whose license to practice pharmacist care has been denied, revoked, suspended, or restricted for disciplinary purposes in any jurisdiction is not eligible to be registered as a nuclear pharmacy technician.

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