Pharmacists, also known as chemists (Commonwealth English) or druggists (North American and, archaically, Commonwealth English), are health professionals who practice in pharmacy, the field of health sciences focusing on safe and effective medication use. Pharmacists undergo university-level education to understand the biochemical mechanisms and actions of drugs, drug uses, therapeutic roles, side effects, potential drug interactions, and monitoring parameters. This is mated to anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology. Pharmacists interpret and communicate this specialized knowledge to patients, physicians, and other health care providers. Among other licensing requirements, different countries require pharmacists to hold either a Bachelor of Pharmacy, Master of Pharmacy, or Doctor of Pharmacy degree. The most common pharmacist positions are that of a community pharmacist (also referred to as a retail pharmacist, first-line pharmacist or dispensing chemist), or a hospital pharmacist, where they instruct and counsel on the proper use and adverse effects of medically prescribed drugs and medicines. In most countries, the profession is subject to professional regulation. The following is a sampling of examination questions from various sections of the exam. The exam is a multiple choice format with the one best possible answer from a choice of three or four possible options. What is the condition for sale of ibuprofen 200 mg tablets (immediate release) when sold in a package size of 30 tablets? b) May be sold from the self-selection area of the pharmacy. What is the condition for sale for tincture of Iodine 5% topical? b) May be sold from the self-selection area of the pharmacy. A patient presents a prescription for an anti-arrhythmic medication with two repeats from a physician licensed in another Canadian province. c) Requires professional intervention from the pharmacist. c) Requires professional intervention from the pharmacist. Using professional judgement, the pharmacist may a) dispense the prescription but not the refills. b) dispense the prescription including the refills. c) not dispense the prescription unless it is co-signed by an Ontario physician. d) not dispense the prescription under any circumstances. Which of the following situations is considered professional misconduct? Who is represented on the Council of the Ontario College of Pharmacists? a) Failing to provide a prescription delivery service b) Offering a store coupon for purchasing OTC merchandise c) Failing to keep records on dialogue regarding all non-prescription drugs d) Returning a previously dispensed drug to stock for reuse 6. a) Elected public and pharmacist members, and the Registrar of the Ontario College of Pharmacists.
Exam Review Book and Guide Pharmacy Prep Evaluating Exam Review Book and Guide Misbah Biabani, Ph. This manual is being used during review sessions conducted by Pharmacy Prep. D Director Toronto Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (TIPS) Inc. COM 416-223-PREP (7737) / 647-221-0457 Toronto Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences Inc. 1 Exam Review Book and Guide Disclaimer Your use and review of this information constitutes acceptance of the following terms and conditions: The information contained in the notes intended as an educational aid only. Toronto, ON M2N 6K7 Pharmacy Prep Professional Exams Preparation Center 5460 Yong St. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatment. Unauthorized reproduction of this manual is strictly prohibited and it is illegal to reproduce without permission. It is not a substitute for a medical exam, nor does it replace the need for services provided by medical professionals. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking any prescription or over the counter drugs (including any herbal medicines or supplements) or following any treatment or regimen. Only your doctor or pharmacist can provide you with advice on what is safe and effective for you. Canadian Pharmacy Exams - Pharmacist Evaluating Exam Practice 2nd Edition November 2014. The book is divided according to four key areas listed below and contains over 600 exam-type questions and answers developed to meet the Evaluating Exam learning objectives. Pharmacist Evaluating Exam Practice is designed as a self-study tool to help the student seeking pharmacy licensure in Canada test his/her exam readiness, identify areas of strength and weakness to optimize learning. The number of practice questions in each section reflects its relevance (weight) as per the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC(r)): 25% Biomedical Sciences, 35% Pharmaceutical Sciences, 30% Pharmacy Practice and 10% Behavioural, Social and Administrative Pharmacy Sciences. All Canadian content including pharmacy practice laws and regulations. Finally, answers are supplemented by numerous comments and explanations to ensure further understanding and learning of new concepts. Check Online Review options at create an account to enjoy numerous FREE pharmacy exams resources. Please, after you read Canadian Pharmacy Exams, 2nd Edition-November 2014: Pharmacist Evaluating Exam Practice - Volume 1 by Fatima S Marankan, Dr Fatima S Marankan leave reviews and start discussion.
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