Pharmacy matters related to government and regulatory affairs, compounding source considerations, and identifying the next steps and challenges for compounding pharmacies, pharmacists, and health care clinicians.
Jul 31, 2013
Patient Safety Alert 13: Pharmacy Compounding (PDF)
The AMC PSO recently held its first Medication Safety Task Force collaborative convening session in order to discuss current issues in compounding sterile preparations and patient safety.
Attendees engaged in active discussions surrounding the most current pharmacy matters related to government and regulatory affairs, compounding source considerations, and identifying the next steps and challenges for compounding pharmacies, pharmacists, and health care clinicians.
- The AMC PSO’s goal in sponsoring this meeting was to: Introduce pharmacy leaders in the AMC PSO to the values of convening sessions held under its auspices
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