Best Practices for Nonhazardous Sterile-to-Sterile Compounding

Virtual Training Event for $3,845: November 1-November 3, 2022

Join us for a virtual 3-day Best Practices for Nonhazardous Sterile-to-Sterile Compounding training led by CriticalPoint's sterile compounding experts Latousha (Tasha) P. Jackson, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCSCP and Adam West, RCCP-SCF, NSF-49 accreditation, an Environmental Monitoring and Training Specialist.

  • When: November 1-3, 2022. Download training agenda here.
  • Where: Anywhere! This virtual training can be attended from the comfort of your home or wherever you may train best.
  • Who: This training is designed for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians of all backgrounds with beginner to advanced compounding knowledge. 
  • Registration Cost: $3,845

This training program delivers high-quality, cost-effective education to pharmacists and pharmacy technicians while covering CriticalPoint's best practices and USP requirements related to nonhazardous sterile-to-sterile compounding. 

Participants can earn up to 17.5 live ACPE credits for the 3 days of training, which will include lively discussions as well as practicum learning exercises that simulate real-life work scenarios. You’ll also have access to best practice reference cards, certification references, cleaning agent charts, and more.  

Prework, consisting of 8 hours of self-study CE courses, is required and will be assigned through CriticalPoint’s Learning Management system (LMS) once the participants have been enrolled. 

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Training Objectives

  • Build Compounding Competency. Receive a comprehensive education on nonhazardous sterile-to-sterile compounding and best practices.
  • Drive Pharmacy Results. Deepen your understanding of USP Chapters <797> to improve quality, compliance, and patient safety.
  • Receive High-Quality Instruction. Strengthen your compounding knowledge while learning from faculty who are truly subject matter experts.

Additional Training Benefits For Technicians 

  • Professional Development. Advance your career as a tech with a comprehensive understanding of <797>.  
  • Bridge Knowledge Gaps. Build competency in this specialized field and become qualified to work in a cleanroom or expand your professional opportunities.  

Additional Training Benefits For Pharmacists 

  • Improve Patient Safety. Know the latest safety, quality control, and tools to manage your compounding spaces to ensure patient safety.  
  • Ensure Compliance. Receive actionable insights on best practices and compliance to stay updated with the most current updates to <797>. 

Training Accreditation

Jointly_Accredited_Provider_PNGIn support of improving patient care, TRC Healthcare is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACEP), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.


Training Facilitators' Bios

Latousha (Tasha) P. Jackson, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCSCP, a Virginia native, received her bachelor of science in biology degree from Norfolk State University. She then went on to receive her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Medical College of Virginia (Virginia Commonwealth School of Pharmacy) in 2004. After receiving her degree, she began her career in health system pharmacy practice at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital in Norfolk, VA. After several years of health system pharmacy practice in areas such as internal medicine, critical care and pharmacy distribution, Dr. Jackson obtained board certification in Pharmacotherapy.

Her experiences in hospital pharmacy practice and news of the New England Compounding Center tragedy inspired a desire to shift her practice into sterile compounding and patient safety.  With renewed focus and training she relocated to North Carolina to serve as Pharmacist Administrative Coordinator – Sterile Products at the Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro NC. She also went on to earn the CriticalPoint QP503A credential.  Prior to joining the CriticalPoint team, she served as the Compounding and Hazardous Medication Compliance Program Manager with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Durham, NC.

Adam West, RCCP-SCF, NSF-49 accreditation, is the Environmental Monitoring and Training Specialist at CriticalPoint, where he is responsible for the development and delivery of live face-to-face, virtual, and self-study curriculum related to aspects of primary and secondary engineering controls and certification. 

 Adam has over ten years of experience in the certification industry providing Field Certification Services for 503A and 503B sterile compounding facilities and pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. Adam also has expertise in viable environmental monitoring, including sampling plan development and remediation. Adam holds the Registered Cleanroom Certification Professional – Sterile Compounding Facilities (RCCP-SCF) certification and NSF-49 accreditation.