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Sterile Compounding: Management and Oversight Program


Columbia, SC

Start Time

6/9/2017 8:00 AM

End Time

6/10/2017 4:30 PM


Target Audience: This course is targeted for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians responsible for managing, developing, implementing or regulating sterile compounding operations.

Program Description: The KPIC Sterile Compounding: Management and Oversight Program is an intensive educational activity designed to equip pharmacists and technicians with immersive, hands on training provided in a practice-based format that allows for implementation into the participant’s sterile compounding practice setting. This program is targeted to individuals who will be serving in a management or regulatory role for sterile compounding operations. Participants are expected to have pre-requisite knowledge and experience with basic aseptic technique principles prior to participating in this course. In the live training, learners are presented information to assist them to implement cleanroom principles and practices that comply with USP as well as industry best practices. Classes are taught in a state-of-the-art facility designed for cleanroom and pharmacy practice demonstration. Topics covered include engineering controls and airflow science; personnel media fill testing and process validation as well as an exploration of principles associated with workflow, cleaning, environmental sampling, staff training and documentation. Attendees completing this program will gain an understanding of how to develop and implement an operation that meets or exceeds USP Chapter requirements. Participants will take home sample electronic templates for policies, procedures and documentation that can be customized to their facility’s needs.

As a pre-requisite to the live activity, the participant must first complete a home study component. The home study includes 8- one hour modules that will prepare the student for the intensive hands-on training. The home study is offered through Critical Point and is included in the cost of the program. The participant must complete all modules, complete the interactive exercises and successfully pass the competency assessments for each module to claim credit for the home study.

Goals will include:
Effectively utilize cleanroom/hood certification reports to identify if a cleanroom is within a "state of control"
Effectively develop and implement an environmental sampling plan
Understand proper cleaning of the cleanroom environment
Perform personnel competency assessment as outlined in USP
Effectively utilize tools to evaluate insourcing versus outsourcing when drug shortages arise.



All Day Event





Cori Fairchild 803-777-9979 Registration and full details at:


23.5 (Home Study 8 and live 15)




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Created at 3/28/2017 1:55 PM by FAIRCHILD, CORI
Last modified at 3/29/2017 10:07 AM by FAIRCHILD, CORI