Columbus, OH, April 25, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- In addition to providing accredited CE, this program is a valuable tool for educating and training clinicians on the safe handling of hazardous drugs. It provides a self-paced course covering the evaluation of vial transfer devices for containment of hazardous drug vapors plus a comparison of NIOSH and USP guidelines for nurses (ANCC), pharmacists and pharmacy technicians (ACPE), as well as healthcare risk managers (FASHRM, DFASHRM and CHPRM). Carmel Pharma has made this available via DVD and web-based monograph at http://www.phaseal.statce.com in order to provide users with the most convenient and cost effective options for completing this certification.
Regarding the significance of a safe handling CE program, Mike Johnston, STAT Educational Services CE Administrator, says, “The topic of safe handling is critical to any healthcare professional that works with, or around, hazardous drugs. This program provides valuable information on the topic and should be viewed by every healthcare professional who handles hazardous drugs.”
For more information about Carmel Pharma’s new CE offering, please contact Christine Crooks at 614-318- 2622 or email@example.com.
STAT Educational Services, a division of Asyntria, Inc., is a leading provider of continuing education for healthcare professionals. STAT Educational Services administers continuing education programs for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, veterinarians and healthcare risk managers – in print, in person, on-line and on-demand – across the United States.
For more information on STAT Educational Services, please visit www.statce.com or call 1-888-247-8700.
The PhaSeal System is the only clinically proven closed-system drug transfer device available today, offering over 10 peer-reviewed, independent studies. The System consists of an Expansion Chamber that captures aerosols and vapors while equalizing the pressure in the vial, a Double membrane that ensures dry connections, and a Needle-Safe Design that enables the retrieval of all the drug from the vial.