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The Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists (TSHP) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. The Sterile Compounding for Aseptic Technique (SCAT) training course has been accredited for 40.0 hours (4.0 CEUs) of credit. To receive credit the participant must provide the student registration information form, documentation of training hours form, and CPE evaluation form. The participant will be required to complete nine (9) process validations (w/100% compliance to SCAT principals), and two (2) written exams (with ≥ 75%). This practice-based activity (PAN#0156-0201) consists of two components, live (UAN# 0156-9999-13-217-L01-T, 20.0 hours and 2.0 CEUs) and home-study (UAN# 0156-9999-13-218-H01-T, 20.0 hours and 2.0 CEUs). NOTE: Both components of the CPE activity must be successfully completed in order to receive credit for the CE activity. This activity will expire August 15, 2016. This activity is made possible through co-sponsorship between TSHP, Austin Community College Pharmacy Technician Program and Lamar State College – Orange. All credits will be issued through the My CPE Monitor website via participant's NABP e-Profile. Each participant is required to provide their NABP ePID and month and day of birth; CPE credits will not be issued to individuals that do not provide this information.

Home-Study Component
UAN #0156-9999-13-217-H01-P & 0156-9999-13-217-H01-T
20.0 Credit Hours; 2.0 CEUs
Type: Knowledge-based
Initial Release Date: 8/15/2013; Expiration Date: 8/15/2016

Learning Objectives: At the completion of this activity, the pharmacist will be able to:

Define medical and pharmacy terminology and abbreviations used in sterile compounding. Compare the various calculation methods that are appropriate for specific sterile compounding scenarios. Distinguish between the various dosages calculation methods used in the preparation of CSPs. Appraise the application of pharmacy math and aseptic technique principals as applied to various CSP procedures.

Learning Objectives: At the completion of this activity, the pharmacy technician will be able to:

Identify medical and pharmacy terminology and abbreviations used in sterile compounding. List the various calculation methods that are appropriate for specific sterile compounding scenarios. Solve equations using the basic dosage calculation, ratio-proportion, and dimensional analysis in the preparation of CSPs. Apply pharmacy math and aseptic technique principals to CSP procedures.

 

Live (Hands-On) Component
UAN #0156-9999-13-218-L01-P & 0156-9999-13-218-L01-T
20.0 Credit Hours; 2.0 CEUs
Type: Application-based

Learning Objectives: At the completion of this activity, the pharmacist will be able to:

Evaluate USP<797> principles related to sterile compounding and aseptic technique. Employ various pharmaceutical calculation methods used in sterile compounding. Assemble various compounded sterile preparations. Assess compliance with fundamental aseptic technique requirements during process validation procedures.

Learning Objectives: At the completion of this activity, the pharmacy technician will be able to:

Describe USP<797> principles related to sterile compounding and aseptic technique.Use appropriate pharmaceutical calculation methods in sterile compounding scenarios. Assemble various compounded sterile preparations. Demonstrate compliance with fundamental aseptic technique requirements during process validation procedures.

 



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