Our partners over at PharmacyStars are extending this great series of webinars with our own Fred Massoomi—we think you would greatly benefit so go check it out!

Do you or your colleagues have questions about USP 800 compliance?

If yes, then we invite you to join us for this new, Pharmacy Stars sponsored series of live Q&A discussions with a nationally recognized expert in USP 800 compliance, Fred Massoomi, PharmD, FASHP, Senior Director, Visante.

To register for the discussions (attend any or all sessions) click here.

When does the live – non-recorded – discussions take place?

Always at 12 noon Central-12:30 pm Central on the following dates:

Thursday, January 4

Thursday, January 18

Monday, February 19

Thursday, March 1

Thursday, March 22

Thursday, March 29

Friday, April 6

Why attend?

A chance to ask questions or listen in on expert opinion on USP 800 compliance – at no cost.

Who should attend?

Anyone concerned with USP 800 compliance.

What is this exactly?

It is a FREE, ongoing series of 30-minute live webinar-based discussions, occurring approximately every two weeks.

This is an interactive, actionable web series that complements the Visante blog series Road to USP 800 Compliance by Fred, where he writes monthly on each of the 18 sections of USP 800, culminating with the 18th section in June 2018. He will open the discussion by recapping points made in his blog related to that day’s discussion. Then it is wide open for Q&A on the discussion topic, as well as anything related to USP Chapter 800 compliance! You will receive a brief article to read in advance of each discussion to help generate questions.

What are the 2017 discussion topics?

January 4: Labeling, Packaging, Transport & Disposal

January 18: Cleaning: the 4 Step Process

February 19: Hazardous Drug Spill Control

March 1: Documentation and Standard Operating Procedures

March 22: Medical Surveillance

March 29: Beyond USP 800: Best Practices

April 6: Continuous Monitoring and Management

Please sign up now, as we are limiting the number of attendants to ensure robust dialogue.

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