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Review of Pharmacology Pharmacology is one of the most difficult and at the same time most important subject in various postgraduate entrance examinations. Antegrade study takes a lot of time and due to bulky textbooks, some important questions are likely to be missed. In a retrograde study, the students are likely to answer the frequently asked MCQs but new questions are not covered. We have tried to overcome the shortcomings of both of the methods while keeping the advantages intact. In this book, we have given a concise and enriched text in each chapter followed by MCQs from various postgraduate entrance examinations and other important questions likely to come. The text provides the advantage of antegrade study in a short span of time.
Prior to taking these important examinations, most pharmacy graduates rely on the assistance of various licensure examination preparation tools to aid in their study approach. Several different preparation tools are available for this purpose, including review textbooks, mock examinations, testing coaches, and review courses.
Previous studies have evaluated potential relationships between academic performance, admission characteristics, student employment experiences, and successful NAPLEX completion.
As the number of available preparation tools continues to grow, so does the need to distinguish high-quality versus low-quality tools. The objectives of this study are 1 to identify what preparation tools are most commonly used by recent pharmacy graduates seeking licensure in Indiana and 2 to determine which of these preparation tools are perceived to be the most valuable and representative of the actual content of the licensure examinations.
Following the identification of the available preparation tools, a survey was created. Approval from the investigational review boards at Butler University and Purdue University was obtained. The survey instrument was then distributed to graduates of the 2 schools of pharmacy within the state of Indiana.
The survey was created using Dreamweaver software version 6. The survey collected demographic data including age, gender, university attended, and cumulative grade point average GPA upon graduation. Participants were also asked whether they completed the MPJE or other type of law examination and whether they passed that examination on the first attempt. Participants were asked if they used any specific examination preparation courses, review sessions, texts, programs, or pretests to prepare for the pharmacy licensure examinations.
If preparation tools were used, participants indicated which specific tools were used and scored those tools using a 5-point Likert scale in relationship to utility, representativeness of the actual licensure examination, monetary value, and overall recommendation to future graduates.
An electronic mail message was sent to all graduates of Indiana schools of pharmacy, explaining the study, requesting their participation, and providing a link to the electronic survey instrument.
Two weeks following the initial electronic mail, a second message was sent reminding graduates about the study, requesting their participation, and providing the link to the electronic survey web site.
Six survey messages were returned undeliverable, thus graduates were actually invited to participate in the survey. Sixty graduates responded to the survey, resulting in a response rate of Fifty-six of the 60 respondents Fifty-nine respondents Fifty-nine respondents used at least one preparation tool prior to taking the licensure examinations.
These tools included the Illinois pharmacy law review session offered at the University of Illinois at Chicago, the Missouri Law Handbook, the Ohio Board of Pharmacy review, and 2 employer-specific review courses. All scores are on a 5-point scale The number of preparation tools used by each respondent averaged 2.
The most commonly used preparation tools included Dr. Pharmacy Law: Microeconomics for Today, 7th Edition.
Rules for Writers, 7th edition. Immunology for pharmacy students. Immunology for Pharmacy. Math for Pharmacy Technicians.
A Complete Course, 7th. The Living World, 7th Edition.
NMS Medicine, 7th Edition. Marketing Channels 7th Edition. Hola Amigos! Wheelock's Latin 7th Edition.
Human Anatomy, 7th Edition. Pharmacology for Nursing Care, 7th Edition. Algebra for College Students, 7th Edition.
Calculus, 7th Edition.