This companion workbook to Understanding Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technicians contains additional exercises and assessment activities for every chapter. More than 1,200 exercises can be used by individual students and pharmacy technicians for self-assessment in conjunction with Understanding Pharmacology, or used in class by instructors for extra practice and activities.
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This companion workbook to Understanding Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technicians contains additional exercises and assessment activities for every chapter. There are more than 1,200 exercises that can be used by individual students and pharmacy technicians for self-assessment in conjunction with Understanding Pharmacology, or used in class by instructors for extra practice and activities.
Inside you will find countless exercises such as:
137 short answer
29 drug monograph questions
Key concepts and pronunciations, along with the names, indications, and routes of administration of the medications covered in each chapter are emphasized throughout the Workbook.
Learning all the drugs contained in Understanding Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technicians, along with their actions and the terminology associated with the disease states, can seem like an overwhelming task. The Workbook for Understanding Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technicians has been designed to guide and assist students and pharmacy technicians toward mastering pharmacology practice.
Complete your technician training with the Workbook for Understanding Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technicians, along with Understanding Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technicians, Pharmacy Calculations, and the Manual for Pharmacy Technicians.
Mary Ann Stuhan, PharmD, RPh
Mary Ann Stuhan has been Pharmacy Program Manager at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, OH, since 2002, where she directs an ASHP-accredited Technician Training Program and advises pre-pharmacy students. She received her BS in Pharmacy (Summa Cum Laude) at Duquesne University and her PharmD at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Dr. Stuhan began her pharmacy career as a technician, and has practiced professionally in a variety of settings, including retail, government, behavioral health, and teaching hospital. She was Director of Pharmacy at St. Michael Hospital in Cleveland, and continues to practice in long-term acute care at Kindred Hospital, Cleveland. She is a lecturer for the University of Colorado Denver School of Pharmacy NonTraditional PharmD Program.
Dr. Stuhan is past president of the PTCB Certification Council and has held office on the executive board of the Pharmacy Technician Educators Council, which honored her with their Pharmacy Technician Educator of the Year Award in 2007. She is also an active member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Cleveland Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Ohio Society of Health-System Pharmacists, and Ohio Pharmacists Association. She has been a peer reviewer and written numerous articles and book reviews for the Journal of Pharmacy Technology. Her practice focuses are adverse drug reactions, anemia therapy, and antimicrobial stewardship.