Medication Safety from Purchase to Disposal
DVD: This DVD video recording is one of 14 presentations given at our 2-day September 2012 Infection Prevention Strategies for ASC's conference.
Faculty / Speaker: Charles "Chuck" Wilson, Jr., RPh,
Chuck Wilson Jr., RPh.
Director of Pharmacy Services, Medicine Shoppe
Chuck Wilson Jr. received his Pharmacy Degree from the University of Georgia in 1982. He worked in chain retail for 15 years and independent pharmacy for 7 years before buying into the Medicine Shoppe pharmacy. He has been an adjunct professor with Mercer University since 1993 and has owned his own consulting pharmacy practice. He is now co-owner of The Medicine Shoppe. Chuck specializes in compounding and consulting services. Chuck provides pharmacy consulting services for 32 ambulatory surgery centers throughout the greater Atlanta, GA area. He is a member of GPHA, IACP, NCPA, and ASCP. Chuck has specialty training in compounding and is certified in immunizations and CPR.
Price: $139.00 plus shipping and handling.
- Hot Issues for Pharmacy Servicing an ASC.
- Dealing with the DEA. Ordering narcotics & narcotic documentation.
- Complete discussion of USP 797 Guidelines.
- Single-dose vs. multi-dose vial discussion. IV medication, logs, unacceptable practices, emergency carts, chart review, and many other issues.
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Issue Date: 4/6/2010; for 1 contact hour.