MCQs in Pharmacy Practice
Azzopardi, Lilian M
Edited by Lilian M Azzopardi - Head, Department of Pharmacy
Designed as a study aid, MCQs in Pharmacy Practice covers topics commonly featured in pharmacy undergraduate, registration and licensing multiple choice examinations.
The book is divided into open book and closed book sections and comprises a total of 800 MCQ questions intended to assess students' knowledge, analytical skills, and ability to apply knowledge base in clinical practice.
- general pharmacy practice interventions
- pharmaceutical calculations
- doses and strengths
- nomenclature and abbreviations
- dosage forms
- biochemical tests
- common diseases
In this second edition, newly formatted MCQs have moved to a more detailed question style demanding accruement of knowledge, decision-making skills, factual accuracy and its application to realistic clinical situations. All information has been updated to reflect the content of the current BNF ensuring practical and contemporary questions.
This comprehensive book edited by Lilian Azzopardi, chairperson of the examination boards in pharmacy practice, will be an invaluable resource for undergraduate or postgraduate students preparing to take a multiple choice examination in pharmacy.
Extra MCQs are available at http://www.fasttrackpharmacy.com/.
MCQs in Pharmacy Practice is also available as an eBook.
Section 1: Open book questions
Section 2: Closed book questions
Appendix A: Proprietary (trade) names and equivalent generic names
Appendix B: Definitions of conditions
Appendix C: Abbreviations and acronyms
Appendix D: Performance statistics
'A great review for pharmacists, pharmacy students, and for use in an intern program. This latest edition is divided into both "open book" and "closed book" sections and contains a total of 800 multiple choice questions designed to assess participants knowledge, analytical skills, and the ability to apply this knowledge base in clinical practice.'
The International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding, Volume 6, Issue 40, 2nd October 2009