Rwanda: A student or recent graduate (trainee) who works to gain experience and work is not remunerated.
USA (1): First year medical resident/recent graduate from medical school; typically lowest person on the totem pole and POC for the pharmacist as they are the closest direct patient care medical professional
USA (2): A medical physician in their first year of post-graduate residency. Similarly, intern could also refer to pharmacy students completing their work related experiences through employment at a hospital or community pharmacy.
Australia: Provisionally registered pharmacist undertaking supervised practice with an approved preceptor
Namibia: A 1-2 year post training in a hospital or community pharmacy setting, that is regulated by the health professional council. At completion the intern pharmacists are assessed on competence in four areas - pharmaceutical care, pharmaceutical compounding, supply chain management , pharmaceutical information and counseling as well as ethics and laws.