A visiting practitioner1 is entitled to be entered in Part 5 of the register2 if the practitioner is entitled3 to provide occasional pharmacy services4: and the registrar5 must give effect to that entitlement6. A visiting practitioner who is so entitled to be entered in Part 5 of the register as a pharmacy technician, but who is not entered in that part of the register, is to be treated as being so entered7. The registrar may refuse to enter a visiting practitioner in Part 5 of the register if, in the registrar's opinion, that visiting practitioner is not entitled8 to
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