Pharmacy Interns

Application and Forms

To apply for an intern registration, use the following applications:

LA-03 Pharmacy Intern
S-100 Background Check- take with you when you are fingerprinted.
FD-258 Fingerprint Card -must be printed on white card stock. Instructions on how to complete the card are on the S-100 Background Check form.
Order a Fingerprint Card -a FD-258 card will be mailed to you.
S-150 Personal History

Intern Hours and Experience Requirements

All pharmaceutical experience required by law and regulations shall be supervised by a registered pharmacist who has a minimum of 2 years experience in the active practice of pharmacy as a registered pharmacist immediately preceding acceptance by the Board as a preceptor.

Interns shall register with the Board of Pharmacy. Once registered as an intern, all hours to be counted shall be completed within 6 years, not counting military service, unless special permission extending the time period is obtained in writing from the Board.

1740 clock hours as a registered intern working under a registered preceptor must be completed. All hours must be worked when the intern is in regular attendance at an accredited school of pharmacy. After the first day of attendance at the school of pharmacy, hours worked during vacation time and other times when the intern is enrolled but not in regular attendance at an accredited school of pharmacy may be counted as qualified hours. However, not more than 60 hours shall be acquired in any one week.

No time may accrue to a student prior to acceptance in an accredited school of pharmacy (first day of class) or prior to the effective date of the intern registration with the Board.

Proof of pharmaceutical experience shall be by affidavits (Form S-400: Intern Experience Hours) filed with the Executive Secretary of the Board on a quarterly basis. The intern should use the form to itemize specific individual periods and specific individual hours of allowable internship time performed which have been certified by the preceptor. Interns should also keep a copy of every document submitted to the Board

All affidavits which are to be submitted are the responsibility of the intern and not the preceptor.


Guidelines for Accommodations for NAPLEX & MPJE Testing

Kansas Pharmacists Recovery Network (KsPRN)
Kansas Pharmacists Association
1020 SW Fairlawn Road
Topeka, KS 66604-2275
Phone: (785) 217-7091
Fax: (913) 273-6797


Frequently Asked Questions

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