IJPC Seal
Download FREE Sample Issue or Article
LEARN MORE
Subscribe Today
A subscription to IJPC includes a print copy delivered by postal mail and on-line access to electronic PDF copies of your subscribed issues.

Threading the Needle

Author(s):  Brunner Scott

Issue:  Sep/Oct 2019 - Volume 23, Number 5
View All Articles in Issue

Abstract:  

Related Keywords: Scott Brunner, CAE, International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists, IACP, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, FDA, Memorandum of Understanding, interstate shipment of compounded medications, draft letter, National Community Pharmacists Association, NCPA, American Pharmacists Association, APhA

Related Categories: LEGAL, PROFESSIONAL ISSUES

Printer-Friendly Version




Download in electronic PDF format for $35

Related Articles from IJPC
Title (Click for Abstract / Details) Author Issue Page View/Buy
The International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists Comments to the Draft Memorandum of Understanding Miller David G Sep/Oct 2015 375 Buy
Threading the Needle Brunner Scott Sep/Oct 2019 383-385 Buy
Finally: A Final U.S. Food and Drug Administration Memorandum of Understanding, but It's Flawed Brunner Scott Jul/Aug 2020 296-297 Buy
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration Responds to the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists' Outsourcing Letter Miller David G May/Jun 2014 208 Buy
Veterinary Transdermal Medications: A to Z Davidson Gigi S Mar/Apr 2003 106-113 Buy
IACP's Continuing Support of Compounding Pharmacists: Letter to the FDA Concerning 503B Outsourcing Facilities Miller David G Mar/Apr 2014 117-118 Buy
Legislative/Regulatory Update: From the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists: Appropriations McCrory Gary Mar/Apr 2016 95-96 Buy
International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists' Legislative Regulatory Update: Take Action! Stop the U.S. Good and Drug Administration's Misguided Veterminary Guidance Miller David G Nov/Dec 2015 449-450 Buy
Now Is the Time for All Good Compounders to Come to the Aid of Their Profession: What You Do Right Now to Advance Compounding's Advocacy Priorities Can Help Assure Your Profession's Future Brunner Scott Jul/Aug 2019 294-296 Buy
U.S. Food and Drug Administration Takes Aim (Again) at Animal Compounding: Draft Guidance for Industry #256 Lacks Authority, Will Increase Costs, and Put Pets at Risk Brunner Scott May/Jun 2020 198-199 Buy