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Model Standards for Pharmacy Compounding of Non-sterile Preparations

NAPRA’s suite of model standards for pharmacy compounding comprises three model standards, with one pertaining to non-hazardous sterile preparations, one to hazardous sterile preparations, and one to non-sterile preparations. 

The implementation of the model standards is under the authority of the respective provincial, territorial or Canadian Armed Forces pharmacy regulatory bodies. These bodies can establish their own process for the implementation of the standards in their jurisdictions.

Guidance Document for Pharmacy Compounding of Non-sterile Preparations

NAPRA’s suite of model standards for pharmacy compounding comprises three model standards, with one pertaining to non-hazardous sterile preparations, one to hazardous sterile preparations, and one to non-sterile preparations. 

The implementation of the model standards is under the authority of the respective provincial, territorial or Canadian Armed Forces pharmacy regulatory bodies. These bodies each establish their own process for the implementation of the standards in their jurisdiction.

Resources for Pharmacy Operators

FOR REFERENCE ONLY - The material contained in this document was prepared by NAPRA in the late 1990s and has not been updated since that time. It is important to note that any reference to the “National Model Standards of Practice” does not correspond with the current model standards document Model Standards of Practice for Canadian Pharmacists (2009).

Pharmacy Practice Management Systems Supplemental Requirements on Traceability and Bulk Preparation Labelling to Support NAPRA’s “Model Standards of Practice for Canadian Pharmacists” and “Model Standards for Pharmacy Compounding”

NAPRA’s requirements for Pharmacy Practice Management Systems (PPMS) are minimum requirements for information management systems used by pharmacy professionals in the delivery of quality care and services. There are 38 requirements which are contained in two documents: Pharmacy Practice Management Systems (PPMS) and Pharmacy Practice Management Systems Supplemental Requirements on Traceability and Bulk Preparation Labelling.

Pharmacy Practice Management Systems (PPMS)

NAPRA’s requirements for Pharmacy Practice Management Systems (PPMS) are minimum requirements for information management systems used by pharmacy professionals in the delivery of quality care and services. There are 38 requirements which are contained in two documents: Pharmacy Practice Management Systems (PPMS) and Pharmacy Practice Management Systems Supplemental Requirements on Traceability and Bulk Preparation Labelling.

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