Achieving Compliance With Non-sterile Compounding Standards of Practice in Canada
Blended learning activity that includes a live virtual seminar (8 hours) where you can connect online, in real time with peers from across the country and interact using open mic, Q&A sessions, group discussions, polls, and online chats; a comprehensive manual that you can review at your leisure; and a learner assessment to reinforce key concepts and ensure competency.
In recent years, Canada’s National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA)* published Model Standards for Pharmacy Compounding of Non-sterile Preparations and the companion Guidance Document for Pharmacy Compounding of Non-sterile Preparations. This program takes these standards and provides practical and applicable solutions to achieve compliance and best practices in an efficient and effective manner:
- Establish time management goals to implement the standards of practice
- Develop quality assurance and verification programs
- Perform drug and preparatory procedure risk assessments
- Relate practice risk assessment to facility design, personal protective equipment, and personnel training requirements
- Learn how to detail master formulation records and compounding records
- Document standard operating procedures
- Address competency and compliance requirements
The overarching goal of this program is to guide participants through a smooth transition to a new standard of practice, while continuing to manage and oversee current compounding operations.
Pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and pharmacy managers practicing non-sterile compounding in Canada. Ideal for providers in need of practical tools and solutions on how to implement and be compliant with NAPRA’s 2018 Model Standards for Pharmacy Compounding of Non-sterile Preparations.
Pharmacists & Pharmacy Technicians
Learning objectives for this program will be based on a combination of three types of objectives as outlined by the Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy:
Knowledge Measurement Objectives
- Identify elements of the current regulatory framework for compounding in Canada as it applies to Federal, Provincial/Territorial jurisdictional law, and standards of practice.
- Describe quality assurance, risk management, and verification program requirements outlined in the Guidance Document for Pharmacy Compounding of Non-sterile Preparations.
- Identify policy and procedure requirements that reflect the current model standards.
- Detail current requirements of master formulation and compounding records.
- Discuss approaches to ensure personnel safety, and the quality and safety of non-sterile preparations.
Reflective Assessment Objectives (integration of concepts and ideas)
- Apply and adapt standards of practice to best suit your compounding practice.
- Demonstrate the application and integration of a learned policy and procedure infrastructure into your practice.
- Differentiate competency assessments from compliance indicators.
- Integrate a best-practice approach commensurate with the size, complexity, and risks associated specifically to your compounding practice.
Authentic Assessment Objectives (compounding practice performance-based)
- Develop a strategic action plan to manage the implementation of the standards of practice.
"I recently attended LP3 Network’s NAPRA Non-sterile Seminar and I am definitely glad I did. As I am sure most pharmacy members that have read the standards would agree with, the new standards and guidance document were extremely confusing and hard to interpret. The seminar cleared up all the questions I had and presented ways to make the interpretations much simpler. The presenter, Mr. Quinton Didyk, was very knowledgeable and was able to thoroughly answer the questions of every attendee. The seminar itself was organized and well timed, with helpful workbooks and planners that would not only be useful during the seminar but is definitely coming in handy throughout the process of implementation. Despite the amount and depth of material that was covered, the event overall was engaging and even fun! I look forward to attending more events in the future with LP3 Network and am particularly interested in events on specialized areas of compounding, such as pain management and HRT. I definitely consider these seminars to be an investment as the knowledge and practical skills that can be gained from them can help further develop the compounding business in the long run."
Beatrice De Vera
This learning activity has received financial support from MEDISCA Inc. in the form of an educational grant.
This CE Activity is Copyright © 2018-2023 LP3 Network.
QUINTON DIDYK, BSc, BS Pharm, RPEBC
Mr. Didyk graduated from the University of Manitoba Faculty of Pharmacy in 2002 and immediately went to work as a Pharmacy Services Specialist for the Western Canada division of a national pharmacy provider. Mr. Didyk gained early experience in community pharmacy practice, and in 2005 his career evolved into the ownership and management of community health services. He developed health centres in the Winnipeg area that provided primary and ancillary healthcare services all under one roof. These clinics were pioneers in establishing solid patient outcomes through the use of electronic medical records. His efforts were noted in 2006 when he received the Young Leader in Pharmacy award from the Manitoba Society of Pharmacists.
Mr. Didyk has been a facilitator for sterile and non-sterile compounding programs since 2008. His skills and expertise in compounding have made him nationally recognized as an expert in his field. He owns and operates the largest compounding-only facility in Manitoba that delivers specialized patient specific healthcare on a daily basis. In 2015, Mr. Didyk expanded his scope by becoming a surveyor for the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC).
|NEIL COHEN, BSc|
CE Program Developer
Pharmacists & Pharmacy Technicians
|This program is accredited by the Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy (CCCEP) for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians.|
|PHARMACIST CCCEP NUMBER||1463-2020-3024-B-Z|
|PHARMACY TECHNICIAN CCCEP NUMBER||1463-2020-3024-B-Z|
|RELEASE DATE||April 28, 2020|
|EXPIRATION DATE||January 10, 2023|
- Complete a home study.
- Participate in a live stream event.
- Complete an online learning assessment within a two week period following the completion of the live stream event.
- Minimum 70% passing grade required; retakes permitted.
- Complete an online program evaluation form.
Once the aforementioned steps have been completed and approved, registered participants will be able to download a statement of attendance from the Learning Management System.
The information and content provided have not been reviewed, approved or endorsed by NAPRA or any of the jurisdictional regulatory bodies in Canada.
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