Non-Sterile Compounding Techniques Certification / USP 795
What you'll learn
- Understand basic concept of pharmaceutical compounding
- Define USP 795, USP 797 and USP 800 General Chapters
- Differentiate sterile from non-sterile compounding
- Understand USP 795 General Chapter - Nonsterile Pharmaceutical Products Compounding
- Learn techniques for non-sterile pharmaceutical compounding
- MUST HAVE basic knowledge of the pharmacy industry and different pharmacy settings
- A retail pharmacy experience, an advantage
ATTENTION: Aspiring, New, and Retail Pharmacy Technicians
Do you want to learn....
"How To Transition From A Retail Pharmacy To A Compounding Pharmacy Setting Without Experience Or Formal Training"
Say YES! I'm ready to Make more than what retail pharmacy technicians make.
Say YES! I still want to be in the pharmacy or medical field but, I DON'T WANT the responsibility of talking or interacting with angry patients, and
Say YES! I want to be in a fun, more relaxed pharmacy setting while "making something" for my patients!
If You Act Now, You get a Lifetime Access to "Non-sterile Compounding Techniques Certification", including:
* The General Chapters of USP that pertain to compounding - USP 795, USP 797, USP 800
* Actual classroom lectures, presentations, and demos on compounding
* How To's and Techniques in preparing non-sterile pharmaceutical products
* Everything you need to get started working in a specialty pharmacy setting
* Certificate of Completion on Compounding Non-Sterile Preparations/USP 795
If you ACT NOW, as a BONUS, you also get:
* In-class video lectures on Pharmacy Compounding Math
* Video demonstrations from other pharmacy professors
* A Special audio lecture on compounding
MY 100% Guarantee: If Non-sterile Compounding Techniques Certification doesn't help you in any way understand the specialty compounding pharmacy setting within 30 days OR you're just not happy with it, you will receive a full refund, No Questions Asked!
So, ENROLL NOW!
To Your Success,
Prof. Lorraine Lohner
P.S. - Every minute you wait to get "Non-sterile Compounding Techniques Certification" is another minute other pharmacy technicians will get further ahead of you and have more fun being pharmacy technicians.
Disclaimer: This is not the official USP 795 Certification. This course is for review or study guide purposes only. For official USP 795 information, go to the USP website.
Who this course is for:
- Pharmacists interested in compounding
- Pharmacy Technicians interested in expanding and advancing roles
- Retail pharmacy technicians wanting to move to a specialty pharmacy setting
- Pharmacy employees wanting to expand knowledge in compounding
- Pharmacy technician in training
- Pharmacy students or pharmacy interns
Prof. Lohner is one of Las Vegas' Top 100 Women of 2016; a retired pharmacist who now fully devotes her time to her family and improving the education system. She is a pharmacy professor for a university, a state college, and a private medical institute. She is a clinical instructor for pharmacy and pharmacy technician students doing their internship and externship in retail, hospital, and specialty or closed-door pharmacies.
Prof. Lohner authored many curricula, including a curriculum for Pharmacy Programs for Career Technical Education (High School) commissioned by the Department of Education, as her contribution to improving our high school education system.
Students of Prof. Lohner tirelessly talk about how great she is as a teacher and how much knowledge they acquired from her that helped them in their careers and in landing a job. Prof. Lohner and her students boast of a 100% pass rate on the PTCE (PTCB) and a 100% placement for jobs after graduation. According to most of her students, she is a professor who truly cares and would go out on a limb to help her students get a job in the pharmacy field.
Part of Prof. Lohner's experience includes a combined 21 years of work in retail, hospital and multinational pharmaceutical companies. Her experience working in and with multinational companies allowed her to travel the world and got her interested in other non-traditional areas of pharmacy such as, homeopathy, nutraceuticals, cosmetics and cosmetics formulation, health and wellness, and natural skin care.
She runs classes at community colleges teaching how to make natural cosmetics and skin care products and helps students turn this hobby into a business. She regularly gets invited to speak in symposia and live radio shows.
Another interesting fact about her, she became a pharmacist at an early age of 20 and she loves heels (most pharmacists wear flats but, not her!). So, let's call her, pharmacist-in-heels.