Practice that is so significantly different from that achieved at initial registration that it warrants recognition by professional peers and the public of the expertise of the practitioner and the education, training and
experience from which that capability was derived.
Rwanda: Similar to intern, but paid work with more responsibilities and less supervision compared to intern.
UK: Expert in their field/ excellence
USA (1): A pharmacy or medical postgraduate trainee with an emphasis on research
USA (2): Resident graduate who decides to further specialize in an area (ie: hematology, infectious diseases, transplant); seen as the closest point of contact in a specialty field- oftentimes managing multiple patient care activities as the same time
Australia: More experience pharmacist undertaking structured workplace in learning in conjunction with MClinPharm; generally in a specialised area.
Namibia: We don’t have this in Namibia and in most African countries.