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NAPLEX Licensure Exam Review

Refresh Your Clinical Knowledge at Our Annual Exam Review!


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Date: May 10, 2018 8:15 AM-3:45 PM

Location: Butler University College of Pharmacy Rm PB150-156

Highlights: 

  • Discuss and practice clinical problem solving strategies with patient case scenarios.
  • Evaluate appropriate therapeutic recommendations involving the top 200 most commonly used drugs.
  • Review and practice various types of calculations encountered in compounding and administering medications.
  • Review the indication, dosing, contraindications, and side effects of common nonprescription products.
 
 

NAPLEX REVIEW FEES:

2018 IPA Member/Student Pharmacist Graduate - $0

TWINPACK - Both NAPLEX and MJPE Reviews 2018 IPA Member/Student Pharmacist Graduate - $0

2018 Non-Member Student Pharmacist Graduate which includes IPA membership for (1) year - $25

TWINPACK - Both NAPLEX and MPJE Reviews for Non-Member Student Pharmacist Graduate which includes IPA membership for (1) year - $25

2018 Out-of-State Student Pharmacist Graduates which includes IPA membership for (1) year - $70

TWINPACK - Both NAPLEX and MPJE Reviews for Out-of-State Student Pharmacist Graduates which includes IPA membershipo for (1) year - $140

All Pharmacists and Residents - $120

TWINPACK - Both NAPLEX and MPJE Reviews for Pharmacists and Residents - $200

Registration will open on 3/29/18 for IPA NAPLEX Review scheduled for May 10th to be held in Indianapolis at Butler University College of Pharmacy.  All 2018 graduates are invited to attend.   Parking on campus is inside a covered parking garage for $10 a day on campus.  Mastercard, Visa and Discover are accepted.  For planning purposes, please register by May 4th.

 
Feedback received from previous attendees:

  •  Great review session!  I really liked the practice questions and discussions and why each answer was right or wrong.
  •   I really enjoyed this review session.  Good handouts and presenters.
  •  Thank you.  An excellent way to kick off preparation for the NAPLEX. 

 
Please note the following:

  •  Indicate special meal requests when registering.      
  •  Bring pen and paper, laptop, iPad or tablet for taking notes along with a calculator. Guest WI-FI is available (an access code will be provided).
  •  Dress comfortably for the day long review.
  •  A drawing for (2) prize giveaways will be held during the afternoon for all registered attendees!
  •  Parking on Butler’s campus is available for $10 a day (covered garage) in close proximity to the pharmacy building.
  •  Final details will be sent to each registrant.

 
Please contact Carol Dunham, IPA Meetings Manager ipacarol@indianapharmacists.org or (317) 634-4968 with questions.

Presenters for the full-day review are tentatively: Alex Isaacs, PharmD, BCPS (Purdue), Jane E. Krause,BS Pharm, RPh, MS (Purdue), Darin Ramsey, PharmD, BCPS, Carrie Maffeo, PharmD (Butler).  See agenda below for details
 

NAPLEX REVIEW AGENDA


8:20 – 8:30 AM: Welcome (IPA Representatives)
 
8:30 – 8:45 AM: Tips for Preparing for the NAPLEX

 
   
8:45 – 10:45 AM:  Approaches to Problem Solving and Patient Case Scenarios

Alex Isaacs, PharmD, BCPS

Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Purdue University College of Pharmacy, West Lafayette

Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Internal Medicine - Eskenazi Health

  • Discuss and practice clinical problem solving strategies with patient case scenarios.   
  • Evaluate and determine appropriate therapeutic recommendations involving the top 200 medications.
 
10:45 – 11:00 AM:  Morning Break
 
11:00 – 12:30 PM: Pharmaceutical Calculations

Jane E. Krause, BS Pharm, RPh, MS

Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Purdue University College of Pharmacy, West Lafayette

 
  • Review equivalents/conversion factors for the systems of measurement used in pharmacy.
  • Review the various expressions of concentration used in pharmacy. 
  • Discuss and practice various types of pharmaceutical calculations encountered with compounding, dispensing, and dosing/administering medications.   
 
12:30 – 1:15 PM:  Lunch and Door Prizes
 
1:15 PM – 3:45 PM:  Nonprescription Drugs
There will be a break (15 minutes) at approximately 2:30 PM

Darin Ramsey, PharmD, BCPS and Carrie Maffeo, PharmD

Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Indianapolis

 

  • Review the indication, dosing, contraindications and side effects of common nonprescription medications.
  • Evaluate patient case scenarios to determine appropriate nonprescription recommendations.
 

3:45 PM:  Review Session Ends and Attendees Complete and Submit Evaluation

NOTE:  Consent to use of photographs and images:  Registration and attendance at or participation in, IPA meetings and other activities constitute an agreement by the registrant to IPA's use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant or attendee 's image in photographs, videotapes, and electronic reproduction of such events and activities.

 

Please contact Carol Dunham, IPA Meetings Manager ipacarol@indianapharmacists.org or (317) 634-4968 with questions.