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A Practitioner's Perspective on Veterinary Compounding

A Practitioner's Perspective on Veterinary Compounding

A Practitioner's Perspective on Veterinary Compounding

Ashley S. Morgan, D.V.M.
Ashley S. Morgan, D.V.M.
on behalf of Texas Pharmacy Association

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Launch date: 13 Mar 2017
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Last updated: 15 Mar 2017

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Although the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA) of 2013 has provided regulatory assurance for improving the quality of compounds prepared for humans, the DQSA is silent on compounding for non-human patients. Attendees will get to hear various perspectives on the benefits and risks of compounding for animals and describe elements of potential initiatives (legal, educational, organizational) that could improve the quality of compounds prepared for animals.

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Objectives
1.Identify the benefits and risks associated with decisions to compound medications for animals.
2.Discuss legislative and regulatory issues affecting compounding for animals.
3.Explain the impact current legislation has on compounding for animals with legislators and policymakers.
Ashley S. Morgan, D.V.M.

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Ashley S. Morgan, D.V.M.
on behalf of Texas Pharmacy Association

Ashley S. Morgan, D.V.M. Currently an Assistant Director in the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Governmental Relations Division, Ashley has been with the AVMA since August 2008. As an Assistant Director, Ashley spends her time advocating to Congress and the.Currently an Assistant Director in the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Governmental Relations Division, Ashley has been with the AVMA since August 2008. As an Assistant Director, Ashley spends her time advocating to Congress and the federal government on behalf of the veterinary profession, animal health and animal welfare. Her portfolio focuses on public health, animal health, and pharmaceutical issues. Prior to joining the AVMA staff, Ashley completed an AVMA Congressional Science Fellowship (2007-2008) through the American Association for the Advancement of Science. During her yearlong fellowship with U.S. Senator Richard Burr (NC), Ashley worked on public health issues, particularly focusing on diseasespecific and bioterrorism legislation. Ashley is a 2004 graduate of Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine, and upon completing an internship in equine medicine and surgery in 2005, Ashley practiced equine medicine in her southern Virginia hometown.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Pass Rate: 75
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    Reference: 0201-9999-15-131-H03-P/0201-9999-15-131-H03-T

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