Earning their trust takes more than your technical expertise. It’s equally important that patients know that you and your teammates have an essential understanding of the laws, regulations, and policies that govern pharmacy compounding. That you operate in compliance with those rules. It’s critical for compounding well.
But you can't comply with rules and regulations that you don't know.
Ensuring that our members "live the code" is perhaps APC’s most important mission.
Module 1: The Triad Relationship: Who are you compounding for? – AJ Day, PharmD
Module 2: Compounding Laws and Regulations – Denise Frank, RPh
Module 3: Record Keeping in Compounding – Michelle Moser, RPh, FAPC
Module 4: Personnel Training and Evaluation – Stacy Hightower, CPhT and Katie Lewis, CPhT
Module 5: Quality Assurance in Compounding – Kristopher Le, PharmD
Module 6: Compounding with the Healthcare Team in Mind – Tenille Davis , PharmD, RPh, BCSCP, FAPC
Module 7: Communicating Your Compounding – Lauren Caldas, PharmD and Alexis Exum, MPS, MA
Module 8: Professional Judgment and Personal Ethics in Compounding – Barbara Exum, PharmD
Module 9: Verifying Your Pharmacy’s Credibility in Compounding – Alexander Pytlarz, PharmD
Module 10: Ambassador for Pharmacy Compounding – Matt Martin, PharmD
Module 11: Section 1: USP 795 Standards of Practice for Compounding – David Mastropietro, RPh, PhD
Module 11: Section 2: USP 797 Standards of Practice for Compounding – David Mastropietro, RPh, PhD
Module 11: Section3: USP 800 Standards of Practice for Compounding – David Mastropietro, RPh, PhD