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by Dick R. Gourley,American Pharmacists Association,James C. Eoff

  • ISBN: 097230763X
  • Category: Medical Books
  • Author: Dick R. Gourley,American Pharmacists Association,James C. Eoff
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Castle Connolly Graduate Medical (February 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 878 pages
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  • Rating: 4.3
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The NAPLEX® (North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination) is the standard licensing examination that all U.S. pharmacy students must pass to practice pharmacy. Its an arduous exam that tests a daunting range of knowledge. Approximately 10% of students taking the exam for the first time fail to achieve a passing score.

Preparing for the NAPLEX® by reviewing all the material from each of your pharmacy school courses would be overwhelming. A far better approach would be to review the most up-to-date, relevant information available on the practice of pharmacy, and thats what APhAs Complete Review for Pharmacy contains.

In preparing APhAs Complete Review for Pharmacy, Dr. Dick R. Gourley, Dean of the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy, and more than 40 of his faculty members identified the information most relevant to the exam. This study guide summarizes that material and uses an abbreviated bullet format to enable you to review the key points efficiently for easy recall and recognition.

Features:

Top 200 drugsThe first place to begin your NAPLEX® preparation is to learn the generic and trade names for the top 200 drugs (see Appendices).

MathAfter generic and trade names, pharmacy math is the most important single area to review (see Chapter 1).

Drug therapy for chronic and common diseasesThis is the heart of todays NAPLEX® and the subject of more than half the 36 chapters in this study guide.

Summary tables of the major drug categoriesincluding dosage schedules and dosage forms are provided in each of the therapeutic chapters.

Review questionsAll chapters end with 20 or more practice exam questions and answers, plus explanations that reinforce key learning points.

Seasoned advice on studying for and taking the NAPLEX® from James C. Eoff III, Pharm.D.Eoff, Executive Associate Dean and Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy, has taught a NAPLEX® review course for more than 30 years.


Reviews about APhA's Complete Review for Pharmacy (7):
Urtte
From my own experience, the best review you can get for NAPLEX is one by KAPLAN, very straight to the point and very clear. APHA is a good review as well, it has up to date information and tables (with Brand names) summarizing important points, for me it was much better than CPR by Shargel; which was too much comprehensive ,boring, and information needs to be updated, i.e. even though I had the 2005 version, it has many missing new drugs which you will be asked about in NAPLEX. After you go through a review that you like, make sure to go through Appelton and Lange Q&A's, it helps wrapping up any points that you missed, make sure you understand the concept from the answer to the question not just memorizing the answer to the question. I personally found many questions in the NAPLEX directly related to others in the Appelton, many friends of mine said the same so I recommend it. Also, do not ever buy "NAPLEX Secrets" Study Guide (by Morrison Media LLC), it is a big lie! My friend bought it and it was not worth a penny!. Finally, make sure you study by heart the top dispensed 300 drugs in retail/hospital.
Risky Strong Dromedary
This book provides an excellent review of pathophysiology and therapeutics in a nutshell - just what you need when you're cramming for the NAPLEX. The tables allow students to review drug classes, drug doses, drug interactions, and adverse reactions.
Rrd
i scored a "1" here just to get your attention.

still studying for the NAPLEX, so i can't tell you how useful this book is; however, the edition Amazon.com sends you does NOT include the CD-ROM...despite the advertisement on the cover: "FREE! CD-ROM ENCLOSED."

i tried twice with Amazon.

[like you & I don't have enough guiac going on now, right?]

so-- order from APhA, cause they are the ones that "made" this book, or...

call the Publisher and ask for the REAL goods/ book + CD-ROM: 212-644-9696

the CD-ROM has instilled HUGH confidence, and is worth the trouble pursuing.
Kerry
I've been out of school for 14 years and erroneously believed the NAPLEX was more clinical than it was 14 years ago. I just took it in July 2005 and I can NOT believe how basic the questions are!!! This book is better suited for your class exams than the NAPLEX. The few "clinical" questions were so elementry, I can't believe I wasted all that time and money on APHA's plus Appleton & Lange pharmacy review questions book as well as Kaplan's q-bank questions. I've been specializing in oncology for the past few years and I was not familiar with any of the new drugs on the market. Of the over 2000+ "test" questions between all 3 study aids, there were about 5 in my NAPLEX. I do a lot of calculations in my area of practice so I guess the study aids can help those who need help in pharmacy math. There were quite a few calculations in the "clinical" part. If I had taken this test last year without "studying", I believe I would had done just as well. If you were awake while practicing or in school...the NAPLEX is a piece of cake. There were quite a few 120+ scores.
Phain
I am currently using both CPR by Shargel and this APHA for Naplex. Although I have not yet taken the exam, I dont think there is a difference in reviewing this book without yet being successful. People who read the same book but some passed some did not. Its the person, not the book. All the info you need is there. Its a matter how you studied and retained it. If i fail, i'll still be reading the same materials.

I am done reading CPR and now with APHA's. It has a better lecture format coz its two-columned. Not too boring and lectury.

Its a great review book, according to my seniors who took the Naplex. Its not that popular than CPR coz its fairly new, but like i said, my colleagues recommend it, so will i.
Samulkree
I have taken naplex two times,first time i have studied some other books and i just made only 68.I was totally dipressed and some one told em about APHA review.I bought the book and spend two months to study it fully.I also did kaptest online.I can tell you this is the best book to study for NAPLEX.I made 120 for second time.I guarentee it worth it.
Legionstatic
I highly recommend this book if you are preparing to take the NAPLEX. It has good tables and is concise. I found some inaccuracies in the book, but I still found that it was a very useful tool compared to the other review books. Good luck!
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