Sterile Compounding

On site class offered throughout the year at scheduled dates in Chicago, IL.
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The eCourses in Sterile Compounding reflect best practices and the revision of the Chapter <797>.  The Capstone Institute leverages an eLearning curriculum to include new course material covering Chapter <800> along with new and revised content covering <797> .
What to expect:
  • Individual Procedures broken down into interactive steps
  • Videos demonstrating actual procedures
  • Interactive exercises that check the learner’s knowledge
  • Lessons and Post Tests packaged together
These 29 lessons (34 hours of ACPE-approved CE) cover all topic areas relevant to sterile compounding.
Fundamentals of Sterile Compounding Curriculum 8 hours CE
  • The History of Compounding and USP <797>
  • Determining Beyond-Use Dating
  • Quality Releases and Final Checks of CSPs
  • Labeling and Packaging
  • Master Formulation and Compounding Records
  • Purpose and Effective Use of Policies and Procedure
  • General Elements of Documentation
  • Use of Automated Compounding Devices (ACDs)
Engineering Controls for Sterile Compounding 4 hours CE
  • Primary Engineering Controls: Function, Use, Testing and Certification (2 hours CE)
  • Secondary Engineering Controls: Function, Use Testing and Certification (2 hours CE)
Personnel Sampling Metrics 3 hours CE
  • Personnel Hand Hygiene, Garbing and Gloved Fingertip Sampling (2 hours CE)
Personnel Aseptic Media Fill and Competency Evaluation
Viable Facility Sampling Metrics 2 hours CE
  • Volumetric Air Sampling
  • Surface Sampling
Sanitization of Pharmacy Controlled Environments 3 hours CE
  • Overview of Cleaning and Disinfection of Pharmacy Controlled Environments
  • Cleaning and Disinfection of Primary Engineering Controls
  • Cleaning and Disinfection of Secondary Engineering Controls and Segregated Compounding Areas
Aseptic Technique and Related Work Practices 5 hours CE
  • Overview of Quality and Responsibilities of Compounding Personnel
  • Proper Material Handling
  • Use of Syringes, Needles, Vials, Ampules and Filters
  • Aseptic Technique and Conduct in Controlled Environments
  • Sterile Compounding on Patient Units (for nursing and medical staff)
High Risk Compounding Practices 4 hours of CE
  1. Sterilization by Filteration
  2. Moist and Dry-Heat Sterilization
  3. Bacterial Endotoxin (Pyrogen) Testing
  4. Sterility Testing Requirements of USP <71> and <797>
Requirements and Best Practices for Hazardous Drug Compounding 5 hours of CE
  • Hazardous Drug Introduction and Overview
  • Engineering Controls and Personal Protective Equipment (2 hours CE)
  • Hazardous Drug Work Practice Strategies (2 hours CE)
Price $1,250
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