LOS ANGELES and NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., Sept. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Spectrum
Accredited Instruction and Hands-On Practical Application
Spectrum's comprehensive two-day program focuses not only on the sterile compounding of hazardous drugs (HDs), but the receipt, storage, dispensing, administration and disposal as well. Instruction will highlight the principles of protecting personnel, patients and the environment from exposure. (View Course web page)
The USP 800 course includes hands-on simulation focusing on the critical aspects in HD safety and preparation. The two-day class provides 1.07 CEU's for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. Joint accreditation is through the Rutgers University Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy and Spectrum Pharmacy Institute.
Craig A. Recatto, Ph.D., President of Spectrum Pharmacy Products, said, "The USP 800 implementation date is officially July 1, 2018, although California adopted the chapter earlier this year. The compounding standards are extensive and may require far-reaching updates for pharmacies. The time to start planning and preparing is now."
Randy Burg, CEO of parent company Spectrum Chemical Mfg. Corp., said, "Spectrum has been taking care of the needs of compounders for four decades. With the new class at Chapman University School of Pharmacy in Irvine, California, Spectrum is able to offer the same accredited USP 800 training to West Coast professionals that we offer at the Spectrum Pharmacy Institute state-of-the-art training center in New Brunswick, New Jersey."
To register for the course or obtain more information, visit: USP 800 Compliance - Improving the Safety of Compounded Preparations.
About Spectrum Pharmacy Institute (SPI)
Spectrum Pharmacy Institute is a 42,000-square foot pharmacy distribution, manufacturing, and training facility located in New Brunswick, New Jersey. SPI is committed to providing the finest academic learning experience in the industry. The Institute offers the latest comprehensive lecture-based and hands-on compounding education. Learning programs feature a cutting-edge multi-media, audio-visual classroom and laboratory experience, including ISO-Class 7 & 8 cleanrooms, fully functional teaching laboratories, current compounding equipment and supplies, and USP 800 compliant facilities.
Courses are written and presented by subject matter experts, and all education programs are reviewed by faculty of Rutgers University's Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy or the American College of Apothecaries, and jointly accredited with Spectrum Pharmacy Institute. For more information, visit spectrumpharmacyinstitute.com.
About Spectrum Pharmacy Products
Spectrum Pharmacy Products, a division of Spectrum Chemical Mfg. Corp., manufactures and distributes high-quality compounding chemicals, equipment and supplies. Spectrum has been serving compounders for more than 40 years with the industry's largest portfolio of USP/NF grade products and DEA Controlled Substances (Schedules I – V). Its bicoastal cGMP facilities are FDA registered and inspected, with additional certification to the ISO 9001:2015 standard. Spectrum is known for extensive laboratory testing with the highest standards and most modern instrumentation in the industry in both its New Jersey and California laboratories. For more information, visit spectrumrx.com.
Media Contact: Sandra Oak, Nsight Public Relations, 321-591-1508, [email protected]
Company Contact: Grant Gibson, Vice President, Marketing, Spectrum Chemical Mfg. Corp., 1-310-516-8000, ext. 4601, [email protected]
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