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Canadian and Other International Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

If you do not have an NABP number, select “International Pharmacist” or “International Pharmacy Technician” when registering for courses using Lecture Panda. If you need assistance or have additional questions, please contact

The overall goal of this 12-hour knowledge-based learning program is to provide the pharmacists and pharmacy technicians with a review of calculations needed to prepare a variety of medications their patient may need to attain the greatest therapeutic actions with few undesirable side effects.

This 6hour knowledge-based home study learning program will provide participants to review the regulations of veterinary medicine and recommendations for veterinary compounding, as well as the challenges in compounding for a veterinary patient. Participants will explore ways to help patients and owners by adjusting dosage strength, customizing dosage forms, and tailoring ingredient selection by animal species.  Participants will review important compounding principles, including the benefits and risks of different routes of administration, the appropriate application of excipients and the use of flavoring agents.

This is a 10-hour knowledge-based home study learning program designed for compounding pharmacists and technicians that covers a broad overview of nonsterile compounding, including the regulations and standards that apply, along with discussions of each of the typical dosage forms and prepared by compounders. The calculations module provides detailed explanations and examples and is a guide to help develop proficiency in common pharmaceutical calculations.

This 6-hour knowledge-based home study learning program is designed for pharmacy technicians and pharmacists that will cover regulations and standards concerning handling hazardous drugs. An understanding of these regulations and standards will permit participants to incorporate best practices in the workplace and ensure the safety of compounded hazardous preparations and the personnel who handle them. Pharmacy technicians may complete this program as a tool to prepare for the CPhT Advanced Certification Examination in hazardous drug handling.

This is a 5-hour knowledge-based home study learning program designed for compounding pharmacists and technicians that will cover definition and discussion of creams, emulsions, ointments, pastes, gels, PLOs, solutions, lotions, powders, and bases (semi-solid and commercially available). This module also covers compendial requirements (microbial content, minimum fill, quality control, preparation and labeling, patient counseling, and consultations) and establishing and extending beyond use dates.

This is a 4.5hour knowledge-based learning program. Participants will review many of the common podiatric ailments that may be treated with
customized, compounded medications.  Pathophysiology of these ailments is outlined along with mechanisms of action of the active pharmaceutical ingredients used and appropriate dosage forms.  Suggested formulations to treat each condition are also offered for reference, helping the Compounder care for patients in this important specialty.
This 6.0 CE hour knowledge-based home study learning program is designed for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians who compound non-sterile preparations under the authority of NAPRA. At the conclusion of the course, participants will be familiar with the standards necessary to evaluate their practice, and able to develop service-related procedures and implement appropriate quality controls for both patients and compounding personnel, with a view to guaranteeing the overall quality and safety of non-sterile preparations.