Learning Objectives - South Carolina College of Pharmacy

Compounding 2015: Guidelines, Laws and Best Practice
Carole Small Russell, RPh, MHSA
Compounding Pharmacist, MUSC
Training Dates and
Registration Links:
Feb. 16 : Roper Hospital
(Dixon Auditorium,10am-12n)
Feb 17: Trident Regional
(Café A 4p-6p)
Feb 19 : East Cooper Hospital
(Boardroom, 6p-8p)
Feb 23 :Summerville Regional
(Cafeteria Classrooms 4p-6p)
Feb 24 : St. Francis Hospital
(Mall Classroom #1, 6p-8p)
Pre-registration required @
2.0 Hour (Live) ACPE Approved
For Pharmacists and Techs
This is a Knowledge-Based Activity
Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
1. List requirements from USP 797,795 and proposed
Chapter <800>
2. Review current legal actions to improve safety of
compounded preparations
3. Discuss compliance with cGMP versus cGCP as
described under the Drug Quality and Security Act
4. Review requirements for hazardous medication
handling, storage and disposal laws and best practices
5. Compare current law versus current guideline versus
best practice regarding compounding
6. Discuss cases of compounding errors and
Fee: $35
Statement of Accreditation:
The South Carolina College of Pharmacy is
accredited by the Accreditation Council for
Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of
Continuing Pharmacy Education.
This program has been approved for 2 contact
hours (0.20ceu) . ACPE#0062-0000-15-028-L03P/T. Participants must sign in at beginning of
program , attend entire session and complete
on-line evaluation to obtain credit. Credit will
be reported to CPE© Monitor.
Target Audience:
Pharmacists and