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*Ndao Y., Bassoum O. and Mbaye G.



Introduction: College of pharmacists is a public and professional institution. Currently, article 4 does not take into account pharmacists workforce increasing. Profession access is limited and courts decisions are small. The objective of our work consists in analyzing certain provisions of law n° 73-62 of December19th, 1973 to address recommendations. Methodology: It's a critical reading of law n° 73-62 establishing College of pharmacists and its implementing decree n° 74-139. We have analyzed provisions relating to the College powers, particularly those of representation and control. Results: The College of pharmacists is under Minister of Health tutelage and is not independent according to its institutional roots. College of pharmacists is directed like an association, and no contract of objective
and management is assigned to it. Thus professionals have no control on ordinal institution actions. Access to the profession would be limited only to professionals working in pharmaceutical, enterprises and College of pharmacists doesn't have a procedure of recognition of private diplomas. The revision of article 4 would allow distribution of pharmacists in four sections A, B, C and D. A Central Council of Section B should be created to coordinate all regional councils, and perform administrative tasks and jurisdictional. For initial training, among approvals issued in Senegal, none has received College of pharmacists notice. Operating of disciplinary rooms is weak, and decisions taken may suffer from a lack of objectivity. Conclusion: Law n° 73-62 presents limits, notably in independence defense, access to the profession and professional duties respect. However, a reform will be undertaken to face changes and new challenges of the profession.

Keywords: Law No.73-62 - Decret No.74-139 - Awards - College of pharmacists -Independence - Section - Competency – Disciplinary.

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