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The APhA Complete Review for Pharmacy
EDITORS: PETER A. CHYKA, BRADLEY A. BOUCHER, ANDREA S. FRANKS, AND J. AUBREY WADDELL
The APhA Complete Review for Pharmacy, 10th edition is an in-depth, well-organized review
for learners preparing to take the NAPLEX.... It may also be a useful as a general pharmacy
reference for practitioners.
-Holly K. Snider, PharmD BCPS, and Melissa M. Blair PharmD, BCPS FCCP FASHP
New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington, North Carolina
Annals of Pharmacotherapy
APhA Member: $60.95
2015 * 1,000 pages * Softcover
This indispensable study guide summarizes, in abbreviated bullet format, the information
most relevant to the NAPLEX© (North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination©), and
offers seasoned advice from Peter A. Chyka on studying for and taking the NAPLEX© and
MPJE©. A one-volume compilation of pharmacy knowledge, this guide is also a popular
reference for busy practitioners wishing to stay current.
* All 42 chapters and 900+ review questions have been reviewed and revised by the authors
and editorial team.
* Tables listing medications now indicate the top 100 drugs in boldface to highlight medicines
* A summary of a chapter's concepts, Key Points, has been moved from the back of the
chapter to the front, followed by a new feature, the Study Guide Checklist, intended to help
readers assess their readiness for the NAPLEX©.
* Contains more than 900 practice exam questions and answers, plus explanations that
reinforce key learning points.
The APhA Complete Review for the FPGEE®
EDITOR: DICK R. GOURLEY
This book is also a satisfactory representation of a U.S. college or school of pharmacy's
curriculum. It can clearly be an aid to anyone preparing for the FPGEE. However, because of
its comprehensive nature and the inclusion of convenient, concise appendices, it also may
be valuable to those preparing for the NAPLEX, or serve as a reference tool for practicing
pharmacists. The text's in-depth social, behavioral, and administrative pharmacy sciences
section may prove to be exceptionally helpful to those preparing for the FPGEE, as it is thorough
and comprehensive coverage of what is typically the most difficult for graduates of foreign
pharmacy schools to master.
2010 * 604 pages * Softcover
-Fadi M. Alkhateeb, PhD, MBA, BSPharm, and Jennifer Snell, PharmD
University of Charleston, West Virginia
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
The APhA Complete Review for the FPGEE© provides a comprehensive review of basic
pharmaceutical principles (dosage forms, math, biopharmaceutics, kinetics, and basic and
parenteral compounding); basic medical sciences (chemistry, biochemistry, physiology,
anatomy, pharmacology, microbiology, and immunology); social and administrative sciences
(practice management, pharmacoeconomics, biostatistics, and health care systems); and
clinical sciences (basic therapeutics, communication skills). These topics are included in
the Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination that must be passed by graduates
of foreign pharmacy schools before proceeding to the NAPLEX© and licensure in the United
APhA Member: $140.95
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