Principal Investigator: Timothy C. Guetterman, PhD, University of Michigan
A free year-long training program from the University of Michigan (U-M) Medical School, funded by the National Cancer Institute.
The Board of Pharmacy Specialties® was established in 1976 as an autonomous division of the American Pharmacists Association. Today, BPS is the premier post-licensure certification agency worldwide that operates across the pharmacy profession to provide specialty certification of pharmacists. Most importantly, BPS is above partisan interests and establishes independent, objective standards that are applied in a psychometrically sound, legally defensible process. BPS is fully committed to not only meeting the standards to which we are accredited, but to exceed them through a continual process of monitoring all activities and introducing improvements wherever possible.
Healthcare workers who prepare or administer hazardous drugs (e.g., those used for cancer therapy, and some antiviral drugs, hormone agents, and bioengineered drugs) or who work in areas where these drugs are used may be exposed to these agents in the workplace. Exposure to hazardous drugs can result in adverse health effects in healthcare workers. The health risk depends on how much exposure a worker has to these drugs and how toxic they are. Workers can be protected from exposures to hazardous drugs through engineering and administrative controls, and proper protective equipment.
The Hematology/Oncology Pharmacy Association (HOPA) supports pharmacy practitioners and seeks to promote and advance hematology/oncology pharmacy to optimize the care of individuals affected by cancer.
This distinctive professional organization provides crucial education, networking, and advancement opportunities frequently sought by hematology/oncology pharmacists, pharmacy interns, residents, fellows, students, technicians, researchers, and administrators specializing in hematology/oncology pharmacy at all levels of practice.
The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration strives to work collaboratively with employers and employees to better prevent workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. MIOSHA health and safety activities include: setting and enforcing occupational safety and health standards; providing extensive safety and health training and education; and working with partners to develop innovative programs to prevent workplace hazards. All agency activities focus on meeting the MIOSHA mission to help protect the safety and health of Michigan workers.
Michigan Pharmacists Association (MPA) is the state professional society serving Michigan’s pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and student pharmacists in all settings of practices. For more than 130 years, MPA has strived to provide its members with the tools, resources and support needed to advance the profession of pharmacy and provide quality patient care.
NCODA (National Community Oncology Dispensing Association) addresses the growing need for dispensing cancer clinics to improve operations at the pharmacy level to deliver quality and sustainable value to all stakeholders involved in the care of cancer patients receiving oral therapy. NCODA brings value to practices through adoption of quality standards, sharing of best practices, and improving financial viability.
At USP everything we do is in service of our mission to help protect and improve the health of people around the world. From the standards we create to the partnerships we foster, we continually work to build and reinforce a foundation that draws us closer to a world where everyone can be confident of quality in health and healthcare.