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Current Veterinary Pharmacy Laws, Rules and Regulations CE

The Alabama Veterinary Medical Association is offering two hours of pharmacy continuing education to all Alabama veterinarians. These courses are available to ALVMA members free of charge.  There will be a $25.00 charge for non-members. These CE courses will be held in five locations throughout the state. Sue Duran and Starr Miller will present current veterinary pharmacy laws, rules and regulations that will satisfy the 2 hours of required Legal/Pharmacy CE for the ASBVME.

Date City Location
08/30/18 Auburn Auburn Veterinary Education Center, Room 251
09/04/18 Dothan Hunt's Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Bar
09/13/18 Selma TBD
10/09/18 Huntsville (Joint with Madison VMA) - Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim Jackson Center
NOV 2018 Gulf Coast Area TBD

 

Registration

To attend, you must register online. Click your preferred location in the table above. Registration must be completed two days prior to the meeting date in order to guarantee your reservation. Meeting check-in starts at 6:15 PM, the program begins at 6:30 PM and includes dinner. 

   

Sue Duran, RPh, MS, PhD, DICVP and Starr Miller, RPh- About the speakers...

The course is taught by Sue Duran and Starr Miller who have a combined instruction training experience of 60 years in the area of veterinary pharmacy. Dr. Duran and Ms. Miller are diplomats of the International College of Veterinary Pharmacy (ICVP), an international college of experts who teach and dispense at veterinary teaching hospitals.

 


COURSE DESCRIPTION AND OUTLINE

2018 Veterinary Pharmacy Law: New Regulatory Update

THIS 2-HOUR COURSE:

  • Explains current U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration laws for purchasing, documentation, dispensing, and storage and disposal of outdated controlled substances used in veterinary medical practices.

  • Describes in detail the current compounding regulations and extra-label use of medications that are laws through the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

  • Explains devices, policies, and procedures for documentation of training and guidelines for occupational employee safety are included.
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