Connecticut Oncology Association

USP Pharmacy Chapters 797 and 800 - Why do they matter so much and what do they mean to oncology in CT? - Dawn Holcombe and Willis Triplett, PharmD

  • 17 Sep 2015
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Sheraton Hartford South, Rocky Hill CT

Registration

  • Any physician, nurse, staff, resident or fellow working in a Connecticut oncology practice, private or hospital based, is invited to join CT Oncology Association meetings for free - we just ask that you register for room and food planning.
  • This registration category applies to all industry staff who are either not Corporate Partners of CtOA or who are seeking to register beyond the two registrations allowed to Corporate Partners of CtOA

    please contact Dawn Holcombe at dawnho@aol.com with any questions.
  • CTOA Corporate Partners have two registrations for each meeting available to them as part of their partnership. Additional registrations will be available, space permitting.

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Willis Triplett is a pharmacist, who has spent his entire career working in and around the compounding of sterile products.  He got his Bachelors in Pharmacy from Ohio State in 1976, and after working two years at The Ohio State University Hospitals, he went on to obtain his Doctor of Pharmacy from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science in 1980.   He is the corporate pharmacy strategist for HQAA, a Medicare-deeming accreditation body and is a member of the Standards Committee of the National Home Infusion Association.  Since the Fungal Meningitis outbreak of 2012, he has been involved with trying to help pharmacies improve their compliance with USP Chapter <797> and was appointed by the Indiana Board of Pharmacy to an expert committee that is revising sterile compounding regulations for the state.



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