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Practical Pharmacy Introduction
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Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation
A How-To Manual

Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation: A How-To Manual walks candidates through the extensive and stringent accreditation process for the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB) Seal of Accreditation .

Key Features:

  • Step-by-step directions taking the reader through the online application process and the accreditation survey
  • A separate chapter on each of the 10 PCAB standards in which compliance indicators are stated as action steps the pharmacy needs to take to ensure compliance with the standards
  • Details on standard operating procedures—how to formulate, customize, and number them
  • Comprehensive list of resources for compounding pharmacies
  • Sample materials for marketing the pharmacy after becoming PCAB Accredited™

Contents

Section I: Background and Overview

  1. The accreditation process
  2. The PCAB standards
  3. Standard operating procedures
  4. the accrediation survey
  5. Whats next

Section II: The PCAB Standards

  1. Standard 1.00: Regulatory compliance
  2. Standard 2.00: Personnel
  3. Standard 3.00: Facilities and equipment
  4. Standard 4.00: Chemicals, components, and completed compounded preparations
  5. Standard 5.00: Compounding process
  6. Standard 6.00: Beyone-use, dating, stability, sterility
  7. Standard 7.00: Completed compounded preparations
  8. Standard 8.00: Practitioner and patient education
  9. Standard 9.00: Quality assurance plan and continuous quality improvement
  10. Standard 10.00: Self-assessment

Appendices

  • PCAB rules and terms for obtaiing and maintaining PCAB accreditation
  • PCAB principles of compounding
  • Code of ethics for pharmacists
  • PCAB required labeling for medications compounded
  • Sample marketing materials
  • Resources

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A How-To Manual
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