Unlike any other NAPLEX review book, CPR is written in an outline format, making it easy to read and follow. It also includes a helpful array of tables, figures, and charts to reinforce material throughout the text. At the end of each chapter are practice questions with answers and explanations. Other features include detailed pharmaceutical calculations and a chapter on federal pharmacy law.
This book is similar to other NAPLEX review books. Its advantages include a portable size and reasonable price. The review tips are useful and the CD-ROM practice examinations are a valuable tool in preparing for the format of the NAPLEX. One drawback may be the brevity of the answer explanations; however this fits the concise nature of the book and allows students to identify concepts that need to be reviewed from other sources. Another disadvantage is the small number of multiple-multiple or K-type questions, which are challenging for students taking NAPLEX. Overall, Quick Review Pharmacy is a valuable tool to aid students preparing for licensure and should be included in pharmacy school libraries and resource centers along with other similar references.
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