Collaborative Strategies and Regulatory Updates: Enhancing Interprofessional Relationships with Compounding Pharmacies for Optimal Patient Care
Interprofessional collaboration is a key element to OAND advocacy efforts, and we are excited to partner with Pace Pharmacy on an important and timely webinar for OAND members. Discover the best practices that will optimize your working relationships with compounding pharmacies and stay ahead of the curve with insights into the latest regulatory changes that directly impact compounding practices. We will explore the expanding scope of practice for compounding pharmacists and how it impacts our practices, clarifying their pivotal role in medication customization while addressing limitations around prescribing. Gain invaluable knowledge through real-life case studies showcasing successful collaborations between pharmacists and other healthcare professionals, paving the way for improved patient care. We will also cover formulations that you can bring into clinical practice, empowering you to confidently provide customized medications tailored to individual patient needs, even without a prescribing license.
What You Will Learn
- This session will explore the topic of interprofessional collaboration with compounding pharmacies, focusing on evidence-based best practices. The session will emphasize effective communication, shared decision-making, and the cultivation of mutual respect as crucial elements for achieving optimal patient care outcomes. Pertinent regulatory changes that impact compounding and naturopathic practices will be discussed, emphasizing the importance of adhering to updated guidelines and standards. The scope of practice for compounding pharmacists will be examined, providing clarity on their role in medication customization while addressing limitations about prescribing. The session will also feature case studies illustrating successful collaborations between pharmacists and other healthcare professionals, highlighting practical interprofessional collaboration applications. Furthermore, common formulations utilized in clinical practice without a prescribing license will be explored, showcasing the pharmacist's ability to contribute to patient care through tailored medications