Release on 2019-11-05 | by HowExpert,Ann Klemz PharmD
101 Tips to Start, Grow, and Succeed as a Pharmacist From A to Z
Author: HowExpert,Ann Klemz PharmD
If you want to learn how to become a pharmacist, then get this “Pharmacist 101” guide today! In Pharmacist 101, you will learn these top lessons from a real pharmacist. • Evaluation of the real pharmacy lifestyle • Broken down into sections for before pharmacy school, during pharmacy school, during rotations, and after graduation • Additional chapters on finance and extra reading suggestions • Expanded lesson on surprising areas within the field of pharmacy that pharmacists can be found o Open discussion of benefits and struggles within each subcategory o A day in the life of a hospital pharmacist • Step-by-step description of application process for getting into pharmacy school • Step-by-step description of process for taking pharmacy board exams and obtaining licensure after graduation • The real value of experience before and during pharmacy school • General guidelines for conducting yourself on rotations • Tips to establish solid professional relationships • Discussion of critical classes within the pharmacy curriculum • Considerations for elective courses in pharmacy school • Information about continuing education requirements after graduation • How to handle and prevent mistakes within healthcare • Balancing life and professional obligations • Writing and updating your Curriculum Vitae • Resources for determining your school of choice • Suggestions for dual degree programs • How to establish a specialty, if you so choose • Brief overview of sciences required for entry into pharmacy school • Differences between residencies and fellowships and when each may be applicable o Application and information for success in each • Establishing connections within the field • Conducting yourself professionally Read “Pharmacist 101” today and all the best in your journey towards becoming a pharmacist! About the Expert Ann Klemz, PharmD, is a hospital pharmacist from Minnesota. She graduated from the University of Minnesota, Duluth campus in 2012. She has worked in the field of pharmacy as a technician, intern, and pharmacist for over twenty years. She’s worked in retail, hospital, minor clinical roles, home infusion, and hospice. Her perspective is inclusive and unique. Her strengths include Harmony, Adaptability, Developer, Empathy, and Positivity, with a punch of Activator and Intellection for good measure. When she’s not at work, she can be found drinking coffee, cross-stitching, and mitigating the craziness of her three-child household with her loving partner, Tim. HowExpert.com publishes quick ‘how to’ guides in all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.
Release on 2017-12-13 | by Patrick M. Malone,Meghan J. Malone,Sharon K. Park
Author: Patrick M. Malone,Meghan J. Malone,Sharon K. Park
Pubpsher: McGraw Hill Professional
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The guide pharmacists and students turn to first for cutting-edge coverage of drug information A Doody’s Core Title for 2019! The goal of Drug Information: A Guide for Pharmacists, Sixth Edition is to teach students and practitioners how to effectively research, interpret, evaluate, collate, and disseminate drug information in the most efficient and effective manner possible. Updated to reflect the realities of today’s practice, the book also addresses important issues such as the legal and ethical considerations of providing drug information. Drug Information: A Guide for Pharmacists begins by introducing the concept of drug information, including its history, and provides details on the various places drug information specialists may find employment. This is followed by information on how to answer a question, from the process of gathering necessary background information through determining the actual informational need, to answering the question. The chapter on drug information resources includes descriptions of the most commonly used references and contains new information on apps available to practitioners. As with past editions, practical examples are also provided. The Sixth Edition has been updated throughout, with chapters from previous editions rearranged to make the subject flow better. This edition is also enhanced by the addition of new chapters on journal clubs and counterfeit drugs/drug shortages. In addition, coverage of Policy Development, Project Design and Implementation has been greatly expanded.
Begin the task of studying for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE and ExCPT) by concentrating on those subject areas where you need the most help! Jones & Bartlett Learning has the resources you need to prepare for the certification exam. The Pharmacy Technician Exam Review Guide includes a bound-in online access code for Navigate TestPrep: Pharmacy Technician Exam Review. Pharmacy Technician Exam Review Guide and Navigate TestPrep are designed to equip candidates with excellent study tools that are intended to review the required level of information to prepare the candidate for the examination by focusing on the key topic areas. By the time you are done with the Pharmacy Technician Exam Review Guide and Navigate TestPrep, you will feel confident and prepared to complete the final step in the certification process—passing the examination! FEATURES • Emphasis on common trouble areas: • Aseptic Compounding • Basic Math and Pharmacy Calculations • Brand/Generic and Classifications • Updated abbreviations and pharmacy acronyms • Information on new pharmacy laws: electronic prescriptions and ordering of controlled drugs, pseudoephedrine tracking • Comparative analysis/information on the certification exams available to help students decide which exam to take • Coverage of Commonly Prescribed brand/generic drugs and their potential side effects, including: • IV drugs • Hazardous drugs • Retail drugs (with pronunciation key) • Review questions at the end of each chapter • Checklist for skills assessment • Abundant practice tests accompanied by detailed answer keys for further study INSTRUCTOR RESOURCES: PowerPoint Presentations
Release on 2003 | by Calvin H. Knowlton,Richard P. Penna
Author: Calvin H. Knowlton,Richard P. Penna
A collaboration of professional leaders, thinkers, and seasoned authors introduces the concept of pharmaceutical care - a model of health care practice by which pharmacy practitioners and other medical professionals can improve the drug use process and ensure that patients receive full benefit from pharmacotherapy.
Release on 2019-10-22 | by Judith E. Tintinalli,J. Stephan Stapczynski,O. John Ma,Donald Yealy,Garth D. Meckler,David M. Cline
Author: Judith E. Tintinalli,J. Stephan Stapczynski,O. John Ma,Donald Yealy,Garth D. Meckler,David M. Cline
Pubpsher: McGraw Hill Professional
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The long awaited new edition of the world's most widely used and highly regarded textbook and reference of emergency medicine -- Endorsed by the American College of Emergency Physicians Unquestionably the leading text in emergency medicine, Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine is a true must-have resource for everyone in emergency medicine --- from residents to practicing physicians. The Ninth Edition of provides the depth and breadth of coverage that reflects the complexity and expertise needed to practice emergency medicine successfully in today’s fast –paced environments. It is an important contemporary clinical emergency care resource for physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who practice emergency medicine and for emergency medicine and pediatric emergency medicine fellows. It remains the preferred study guide for in-training and board examinations and recertification. This comprehensive text covers everything from prehospital care, disaster preparedness, and basic resuscitative techniques to all the major diseases requiring emergency treatment in adults and children, such as pulmonary emergencies, renal and genitourinary disorders, and hemophilia. • Full-color design with more tables than ever to succinctly present key information • Extensive updates to all sections, incorporating the latest guidelines, evidence-based protocols, and relevant research • Online access to more than 50 videos, covering a wide range of procedural and diagnostic topics and focusing on the latest ultrasound-guided techniques – most NEW to this edition • NEW Chief Complaint infographics for the Thirty Most Common Presenting Symptoms in the Emergency Department. These printable, downloadable guides feature algorithms, mnemonics, and succinct text to assist differential diagnosis.
This is a guide to computer-readable databases available online, in CD-ROM format, or in other magnetic formats. Details include database descriptions, costs, and whom to contact for purchase. The material is indexed alphabetically, and by subject, vendor, and producer.