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Training student pharmacists to administer long-acting injectable medications.

OBJECTIVE/PROCESS: In June of 2022, the State of Maryland Board of Pharmacy issued regulations permitting pharmacist administration of maintenance injectable medications. Subsequently, the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy created a laboratory to train student pharmacists based on these regulations on administering long-acting maintenance injections. This training included a review of regulations, reconstitution and administration of medications, and education for patients and caregivers on long-acting injectable medications. This is the first training the authors are aware of incorporating both reconstitution and administration of these medications. The objective of this paper is to describe the laboratory details and future directions of the training course.

RESULTS/CONCLUSIONS: The first training laboratory trained 94 student pharmacists in the administration technique of long-acting injectable medications. The program has been adapted for practicing pharmacists and other healthcare providers. Thus far, more than 300 practitioners have participated in the learning lab.

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