Best Practices for Handling Hazardous Drugs teaches requirements of USP Chapter 800 as well as CriticalPoint Best Practices that are relevant to all aspects of handling hazardous drugs (HDs). Though it can be taken alone, CriticalPoint strongly recommends taking the “Best Practices of Nonhazardous Sterile-to-Sterile Compounding” before taking this class, which assumes mastery and understanding of USP 797 (2008 and 2019) as well as at least a basic understanding of CriticalPoint best garbing and cleaning practices.
Attending this class will help participants to develop and implement best work practices while they work to future-proof their facility for performing both nonsterile and sterile HD handling. Of particular note is the focus on the integration of USP 797 microbial risk reduction work practices with the additional requirements for containment of hazardous drugs. Participants must successfully complete selected eLessons prior to attending the live virtual training, which is presented in a fun and dynamic way by faculty with demonstrated expertise in handling hazardous drugs.
To view the detailed agenda and learning objectives for this class click here. You can learn more about our faculty here.
This course includes 5 hours of home study eLearning Continuing Education and 10 hours of live Continuing Education.
Once you sign up for the class, you will receive a separate email from CriticalPoint Virtual Training Customer Service regarding accessing the precourse eLearning. Be sure to check your regular and junk inboxes!
By registering for the Virtual Training, you are agreeing to the Terms and Conditions and Cancellation Policy which can be viewed here.
Precourse eLearning on CriticalPoint LMS
General Course Information
Day 1 LIVE: 10 AM to 3 PM EASTERN
Day 2 LIVE: 10 AM to 3:30 PM EASTERN
Day 3 LIVE: 10 AM to 2:30 PM EASTERN
Course Evaluation (MANDATORY and TIME-SENSITIVE)
This class is taught by a team of CriticalPoint faculty, including Melanie Dorey, Kate Douglass, Patti 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.