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Sterile Compounding Boot Camp combined w/ Best Practices for Handling Hazardous Drugs – June 26-29, 2018

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Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Sterile Compounding Boot Camp will run Tuesday, June 26th at 8 am through Thursday, June 28th at 12 pm. The Best Practices for Handling Hazardous Drugs Course will begin immediately following the Boot Camp and will run through 5:30 pm Friday, June 29th.
$4895.00 | 0 seats remaining

Price includes a $495 discount for combining the Boot Camp and HD Course.

What’s included?

• E-learning: 13 lessons to be completed successfully before attending the live training; 15 credits ACPE
• 4 days of training, lively discussions as well as practicum experiences that simulate real-life work scenarios
• Re-usable Thumb Drive which includes:
o Microsoft Word PnP Templates (from ClinicalIQ’s PnP Section 2: Facility Environmental Sampling)
o Electronic PDF copies of all speaker presentations
o Extensive reference list as well as references themselves in pdf format

Features:
Participants will be provided a light continental breakfast each morning, lunch on all days and midmorning and afternoon refreshments. A free shuttle to the training facility is included.

Held at the CriticalPoint Center for Training and Research in Totowa, NJ, this training program delivers high-quality, cost-effective professional development and networking opportunities. We believe that the best way for pharmacists and other compounding professionals to understand and implement current standards of practice is to be immersed in a setting that provides access to a comprehensive curriculum in a real-life setting with hands-on practice mentored by faculty who are truly subject matter experts.

Immediately following the Sterile Compounding Boot Camp, the Best Practice for Handling Hazardous Drug class will teach best practices and requirements including the USP Chapter that is relevant to all aspects of handling hazardous drugs (HDs) and is appropriate for medical, nursing and pharmacy workers. Understanding this information will allow users to develop and implement best work practices NOW while they work to future-proof their facility for performing both non-sterile and sterile HD handling.