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The core pharmacy law is based upon three major pieces of U.K. legislation (Medicines Act, Misuse of Drugs Act, and Poisons Act) plus the legislation relating to pharmacy as a profession (Pharmacy Act and Royal Charter). In addition, there is a variety of legislation that impacts upon the practice of pharmacy - such as health and safety, data protection and retail legislation.
The core pharmacy legislation is summarised in the "Medicines Ethics and Practice (MEP) Guide" that is published once a year and supplied free of charge to all practising pharmacists and via schools of pharmacy, to all pharmacy graduates.
This guide is intended as a working guide to the law but it is also the primary reference source for the professions Code of Ethics. It describes the law rather than just listing the regulations and related cases. It focuses on law that applies to the community pharmacist. It is applicable for day-to-day use by the community pharmacist and pharmacy students.