Restoring your Registration

If wish to return to practice as a pharmacist or pharmaceutical assistant, and you have been previously registered with the PSI, you will need to apply to us to have your name restored to the register. Completed application forms must be returned to the PSI by post.

Pharmacists

Restoration following voluntary cancellation

Pharmacists who have voluntarily cancelled their registration have the right to apply for restoration to the Register of Pharmacists, subject to the successful completion of a restoration process.

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  • Not registered in the Register of Pharmacists for less than 6 months

  • Not registered in the Register of Pharmacists for a period 6 months to 1 year

  • Not registered in the Register of Pharmacists for a period from 1 year to 3 years

  • Not registered in the Register of Pharmacists for more than 3 years

In order to facilitate pharmacists who wish to restore to the Register of Pharmacists, please refer to the;

Restoration following involuntary cancellation

Pharmacists who have been involuntarily cancelled from the Register of Pharmacists for non-payment of fees can undergo a restoration process if this request is received by the PSI within six months following the due date of payment of the annual fee.

Re-Registration

Pharmacists who have been involuntarily cancelled from the Register of Pharmacists for non-payment of fees and who fail to make an application for restoration within the six month period following the due date of payment of the annual fee for continued registration, will only be entitled to obtain registration as a pharmacist on the same basis as a person seeking registration for the first time.

Pharmaceutical Assistants

Please contact the Registration Unit directly regarding the Pharmaceutical Assistant restoration process. You can contact the Registration Unit by email or phone (+353) (0)1 2184000 

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