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"In a well-run pharmacy and drug store, there is a procedure for ensuring expired drug products are taken off the shelf before they expire," Emberley said."Consumers would not find expired product if they were to go, if they were to pick a product from the shelf.The address of a patient in a hospital or other health care facility may, for the purpose of a prescription, be that of the facility.An order for a drug for a particular patient issued by a practitioner authorized to prescribe, and transmitted to a pharmacy for dispensing, shall constitute a prescription.When CBC News checked a dozen drug stores from three chains in Toronto, journalists found a diabetic nutritional supplement that expired last October, other past due allergy medications, an expired sleep medication and a number of products that expire this month.Expired medications, both prescription and non-prescription, should be taken off the shelf before they have a chance of reaching consumers, said Phil Emberley, director of pharmacy innovation at Canadian Pharmacists Association in Ottawa.

If you have a prescription for a controlled drug that states the drug should be dispensed in several instalments, the first instalment must be dispensed within 28 days of the date on the prescription.Prescriptions written for controlled substances shall meet the requirements of article 33 of the Public Health Law.(2) Failure by a pharmacist to reduce to writing, either through written communication or electronic record, a prescription transmitted orally, which writing or electronic record shall include all the information required by paragraph (1) of this subdivision and the signature, or the electronic equivalent of a signature, or readily identifiable initials of the receiver of the oral prescription, provided that oral prescriptions for controlled substances shall meet the requirements of article 33 of the Public Health Law.(3) Failure by a pharmacist dispensing a prescription to enter on the prescription the date of dispensing and to sign or initial legibly the prescription in such a manner as not to interfere with any other information on the prescription; provided that when the prescription is dispensed by an intern, the prescription shall bear the signature or readily identifiable initials of the intern and of the pharmacist who is supervising the intern.(4) Refilling a prescription without entering on the reverse of the prescription or within the electronic record the date of the refill and the signature or readily identifiable initials of the pharmacist and of the intern, if applicable, dispensing the refill, except as provided in paragraph (8) of this subdivision.As a refill instruction, the pharmacist may accept a number of times, a time period, such as one year, or the Latin phrase (abbreviated prn— meaning “as needed”).The reason for this difference in substance control is the potential scope of misuse, from drug abuse to practicing medicine without a license and without sufficient education.Different jurisdictions have different definitions of what constitutes a prescription drug.A prescription drug (also prescription medication or prescription medicine) is a pharmaceutical drug that legally requires a medical prescription to be dispensed.