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USP Chapter 800 Toolkit

The Board of Pharmacy has worked with Dr. Jesse Rue, PharmD of Challenger Healthcare Consulting LLC to develop a toolkit designed for assisting pharmacies (primarily retail pharmacies however many of the resources will be useful for other settings) in North Dakota with resources that can be adjusted and modified to comply with USP Chapter 800 at their location. Information about USP Chapter 800 - Hazardous Drugs - Handling in a Healthcare Setting along with links to the NIOSH list of Hazardous drugs can be found at Only North Dakota licensed in state pharmacies can login to see further content:

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