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Sterile Compounding Training Program
KPIC is proud to announce the creation of a sterile compounding training program designed to prepare practitioners to compound to USP <797> and USP <800>.LEARN MORE
What's Happening @ KPIC
SCCP Students Take Their Business Knowledge to Another Level
This summer, three deserving students from the South Carolina College of Pharmacy (SCCP), interested in independent pharmacy ownership, got a very unique and rewarding experience at Live Oak Bank located in Wilmington, North Carolina. This financial institution is one of the foremost leading and innovative lenders in independent pharmacy.
PCCA Student Boot Camp 2018
Are you interested in learning more about compounding? Register for the 2018 PCCA Student Boot Camp on Saturday, February 10, 2018 and Sunday, February 11, 2018 from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm. This program will introduce students to unique dosage forms, basic compounding techniques, legal and regulatory updates, and quality and safety aspects used by contemporary compounding pharmacists.
Pharmacy Students Place in Top 10 Nationally at Compounding Competition
South Carolina College of Pharmacy students Kristen Arnall, Sarah Lewter and Adam Talbert went into the national Medisca Student Pharmacist Compounding Competition with the saying "Third time’s a charm!" The event, held in Los Angeles, California, was a two-day competition between 22 teams from pharmacy schools across the country who had been invited to participate. Elite guests from USP, ACHC, IJPC, and Medisca gave informative presentations during the event, and numerous networking opportunities were available with them as well as other participating students. The competition consisted of four parts, each weighing differently and having varying relevance to the world of compounding.
Sixth Annual Business Plan Competition Live Presentations
Students from SCCP/USCCOP work in teams to develop a written business plan to either create a new community pharmacy or purchase an existing community pharmacy. Teams are able to work with a faculty/practitioner mentor for guidance if needed. Three teams will be selected from the written plans to participate in the finals, which allows the teams to provide a formal presentation of their business idea.
Dr. Gene Reeder Returns to USC
Gene Reeder, RPh, PhD, FAPhA, FAMCP is not new to the ins and outs of the College of Pharmacy at the University of South Carolina. In fact, he spent 33 years at the University of South Carolina from 1975 to 2008. During his time at Carolina, Dr. Reeder received multiple accolades including the Outstanding Teacher and Outstanding Researcher Awards, the 2006 AMCP Distinguished Service Award, and the 2007 Richard A. Remple Faculty Award. He also served as Chair of the Faculty Senate for USC as well as the Faculty Liaison and ex officio member of the USC Board of Trustees from 2006-2008. In addition to teaching at USC’s College of Pharmacy, Dr. Reeder is a proud graduate of the program and was honored with the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2015.