(1) The experience required to obtain licensure as a pharmacist shall be that instruction period composed of computed time obtained under the supervision of the preceptor in an approved site.
(2) An intern may practice only under the immediate personal supervision of a supervising pharmacist.
(3) Application shall be made on the intern application form prescribed by the board. Registration must be obtained prior to commencing work as an intern.
(4) The intern shall make such reports and certifications as required under the approved program and as required by the board.
(5) The intern is responsible for the knowledge and observation of the extent of the intern's legal liability and legal restrictions applicable under the federal, state, and municipal laws and rules.
(6) The intern shall be responsible for ensuring that the preceptor has proper certification.
(7) The intern is responsible for properly submitting all forms and hour reports under the approved program directly to the school of pharmacy.
(8) Employment and the intern training periods are not to be interpreted as being the same. An intern may work in excess of the computed time.
(9) An intern shall be:
(a) a student currently enrolled in an accredited pharmacy program;
(b) a graduate of an accredited pharmacy program serving an internship; or
(c) a graduate of a pharmacy program located outside the United States of America which is not accredited and who is licensed pursuant to ARM 24.174.605.
(10) Intern registration based on enrollment in or graduation from an accredited pharmacy program shall expire not later than 12 months after the date of graduation or at the time of professional licensure, whichever comes first. Intern registration based on graduation from a pharmacy program located outside of the United States of America which is not accredited shall expire not later than 12 months after the date of issuance of the registration or at the time of professional licensure, whichever comes first.
(11) An intern registration may be issued to a student who:
(a) is currently enrolled in an accredited pharmacy program;
(b) has submitted a completed application to the board;
(c) has paid the required fee; and
(d) has completed at least one day of the accredited pharmacy program.
(12) The intern shall notify the board of any change of permanent address within 30 days.
(13) Intern certificate of registration shall be displayed in the approved training area.
(14) An intern registration may be extended, subject to approval by the board, upon application by the intern, if extenuating circumstances are present.