This on-demand course is made up of 8 engaging lectures complete with many images and video taken in real practice settings. The stage is set by Patti Kienle as she defines hazardous drugs (HDs), the danger they represent to us as well as an overview of USP 800. The remainder of the course covers the requirements of USP 800 but also includes CriticalPoint best practice recommendations. Also covered is the most difficult aspect, which is the integration of USP 797 requirements to minimize microbial contamination while simultaneously implementing USP 800 requirements to ensure containment of HD residues and protection of workers. These lectures provide highly detailed recommendations for implementing effective work practices and containment strategies that have been used in real-life practices.
To view the detailed agenda and learning objectives for this class click here. You can learn more about our faculty here.
This course includes 8.5 hours of home study Continuing Education.
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Access Duration: Access to this course expires 60 days from the date of registration. If you intend to receive CE credits, you must complete all requirements and complete the evaluation within 60 days of registration.
Lecture 4 Donning, Doffing, and Types of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Lecture 5 Work Practice Strategies for Receiving, Storing, Compounding, and Transporting HDs and HD CSPs
Lecture 6 Elements and Practical Examples of Performing an Assessment of Risk (AoR)
Lecture 7 Decontamination, Cleaning and Disinfection, and Residue Removal in HD Compounding Environments
Lecture 8 Response to HD Exposures and Spills
Course Evaluation (MANDATORY and TIME-SENSITIVE to obtain CE)
This class is taught by three of CriticalPoint's faculty, Kate Douglass, Patricia Kienle, and Adam West. You can learn more about each instructor by clicking the link in the Course Summary; or once you register, there will be information in the “Introduction” topic of this class.