Compounding for the Veterinary Patient Home Study

In this 6hour knowledge-based home study learning program, participants will 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.

*If you do not have an NABP number, select “International Pharmacist” or “International Pharmacy Technician” when registering.

Our Speaker: 

Richard Dilzer, RPh, FACA, FAPC is a graduate of the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy/Rutgers University and is a fellow of the American College of Apothecaries and the Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding. Richard has decades of experience in compounding sterile, nonsterile, hazardous and non-hazardous preparations for humans and animals.