Non-Sterile Compounding

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The NAPRA Model Standards on Compounding of Non-sterile Preparations and Guidance Document are intended to ensure the safety of both the patients and the personnel involved in compounding non-sterile preparations.

Program Number: 1486-2022-3404-I-Z

Continuing Education Units (CEUs): 6

CEU expiration: April 7, 2023

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Cost: $240 / person for personal use

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Learning Objectives:

Learning Objectives 1: Describe the roles and requirements of the national, federal, and provincial regulatory bodies for compounding non-sterile preparations.

Learning Objectives 2: Identify criteria for determining whether to compound a non-sterile product.

Learning Objectives 3: Describe and list the roles, responsibilities, and expectations of pharmacy personnel in non-sterile compounding.

Learning Objectives 4: Describe simple, moderate, and complex non-sterile compounds.

Learning Objectives 5: Describe and identify the protection necessary to avoid and protect personnel in non-sterile compounding.

Learning Objectives 6: Describe GAP Analysis and identify the requirements for infrastructure and cleaning of non-sterile compounding areas.

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Rebecca Lynch, RPhT 
After graduating college in 2004, I immediately starting working in community pharmacy. From there I transitioned to LTC.  In 2018, I traveled to Houston, Texas, to the National Association of Pharmacy Technicians and completed three certification courses including hazardous and non-hazardous sterile compounding and non-sterile compounding. I am a casual instructor for an accredited Pharmacy Technician Program, primarily instructing sterile compounding and hospital dispensing courses and recently earned a seat as a member on CSHPs compounding steering committee.