Join us on October 25-27 and November 1-3, 2023, for multiple days of virtual training spread over three weeks on Best Practices for Nonhazardous Sterile-to-Sterile Compounding and Designated Person Administrative Best Practices.
Best paired together, these trainings are designed to support requirements for designated persons while including expert instruction on evaluating labs and 503B facilities, creating an environmental monitoring program, and more.
When: October 25-27 and November 1-3, 2023
Where: Anywhere! These virtual trainings can be attended from the comfort of your home or wherever you may train best.
Who: These trainings are designed for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, designated persons, and pharmacy leaders.
Registration Cost: $4,200 for both trainings
Both trainings deliver high-quality, cost-effective education while covering CriticalPoint's best practices and USP requirements related to the 2022 USP <797> updates.
Participants can earn up to 33 live ACPE credits for the 6 days of training, which will include lively discussions as well as practicum learning exercises that simulate real-life work scenarios. You’ll also have access to best practice reference cards, certification references, cleaning agent charts, job aids, and more.
Prework, consisting of 16.5 hours of self-study CE courses, is required and will be assigned through CriticalPoint’s Learning Management system (LMS) once the participants have been enrolled.
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Step 1: Register for the October and November 2023 Best Practices Virtual Trainings
Once registration is complete, you will be directed to complete payment.
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