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Training Personnel

Author(s):  Allen Loyd V Jr

Issue:  Nov/Dec 2001 - High-Tech Compounding
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Abstract:  The purpose of this procedure is to establish appropriate guidelines and documentation for personnel involved in the compounding, evaluation, packaging and dispensing of compounded preparations. A Training Documentation Form, suitable for photocopying for use in the pharmacy, is also provided.

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