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MEDISCA is proud to announce the launch of the fifth annual Student Pharmacist Compounding Competition (SPCC). It is with great pride and enthusiasm that we continue our commitment to sponsor both the regional and national events. The fifth annual national event will once again be incomparably hosted by the University Of Florida College Of Pharmacy in Gainesville, Florida.
The SPCC is more than just a competition; it’s an opportunity for participants- students and faculty alike, to unite in a series of extraordinary academically broadening events. Attendees will be exposed to the uppermost quality of industry standards in the compounding pharmacy practice. As a result of this enriching and prestigious experience, the proficiency and integrity of the profession is directly impacted, all the while broadening the superior craftsmanship of today’s pharmacy compounding students, as they become tomorrow’s industry leaders.
The SPCC 2015 will allow participants to immensely benefit from this highly interactive event, as student pharmacists, faculty members and industry leaders in the compounding field come together to achieve the ultimate goal of increasing awareness, promoting quality compounding and producing highly skilled
professionals to meet the ever growing needs of the patient population through pharmaceutical compounding. MEDISCA welcomes all pharmacy students, pharmacy school faculty members and leaders in the compounding field to partake in this initiative which contributes to the advancement and principles of
the compounding industry.
In preparation for the SPCC 2015, regional qualification competitions will be held from October 2014 to January 2015. Students from each participating school will compete in teams at a regional level to decide who will be representing their school at the National level. The National Student Pharmacist Compounding Competition is scheduled for March 21-22, 2015 and will be held at the University Of Florida College Of
Pharmacy in Gainesville, Florida.
This intensive National event will be comprised of diverse and interrelated competition platforms that will include a practical laboratory component, a regulatory component and a quality component, from both a theoretical and practical standpoint. There will also be engaging discussions from key speakers, networking and social opportunities, as well as a chance for participants to demonstrate their pride and distinction in themselves and their school.
Registrations are still being accepted for the event, but spaces are limited - last year, we quickly reached maximum capacity! For more information or to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.spcc.medisca.com.