This interactive two-day course provides pharmacists with an understanding of the use of common laboratory tests in clinical pharmacy practice.
The extension seminar combines didactic sessions focusing on interpretation of laboratory tests including their use in drug selection and the monitoring of therapeutic outcomes, together with case study sessions. The course is designed to meet the needs of pharmacists working in hospital or community pharmacy practice.
The two day Foundation Seminar in Compounding is designed to improve your knowledge and skills in the area of non-aseptic and aseptic compounding. The first day will provide opportunities to learn about non sterile compounding and introduce participants to principles of compounding safety, formulation and quality assurance. The second day will provide participants with an overview of the principles of good manufacturing practice, compounding for specialist areas such as renal, pediatrics, total parenteral nutrition and oncology, assessing stability, design of cleanrooms, cabinets and isolators and monitoring and validation of personnel and facilities. The seminar is targeted at pharmacists and pharmacy technicians with one to two years experience in a compounding setting or those who may be about to rotate into compounding or aseptic services.