Location: 7 Days Live Virtual Class Room
Dates: December 1-7, 2021
Live Course Fee: $1,350.00Add To Cart
Register for both Live and Online Course and save!
7-Day Live Virtual Classroom Board Review: Focusing on NAPLEX® and the clinical pharmacy portion of CPJE (No Law). This is a live streaming class with the participants and speakers all in a virtual classroom where participants can see and interact with the instructors during the 7-day review. The registration deadline to receive coursebooks in time is November 22.
Note: Due to time constraints, not all the topics covered in the coursebook and online course can be covered during the live review. We, therefore, recommend the BUNDLE COURSE for most students, which, in addition to the live sessions, provides 12 months of access to all the prerecorded video lectures.
Coursebook: 730 pages of FOCUSED, HIGH YIELD material accompanying the lectures. No fluff, no unnecessary information. You will receive your coursebook within 4-7 business days.
Question Bank: 2500 online question bank with detailed explanations and patient profile cases
Chart Book: 100-page Chartbook to help with the memorization of details
Support: Pharmacy board experts, Dr. Yavari & Dr. Miremadi's support and assistance via email.
December 1-7, 2021 Live Course Dates & Hours (PST):
Dec 1 - Wednesday 8 AM - 5:30 PM Pacific Standard Time
Dec 2 - Thursday 8 AM - 5:30 PM Pacific Standard Time
Dec 3 - Friday 8 AM - 5:30 PM Pacific Standard Time
Dec 4 - Saturday 8 AM - 5:30 PM Pacific Standard Time
Dec 5 - Sunday 8 AM - 5:30 PM Pacific Standard Time
Dec 6 - Monday 8 AM - 5:30 PM Pacific Standard Time
Dec 7 - Tuesday 8 AM - 5:30 PM Pacific Standard Time
Note: NO LAW lectures: The 7-day Live board review is solely CLINICAL pharmacy lectures for NAPLEX and the Clinical portion of CPJE. The Law portion of CPJE is covered by CA Law Online Course.
Access to Online Question Bank is included with the Live course: 2500 Board-type questions with answers, detailed explanations & patient profile cases to solidify your understanding of the material.
The questions are formatted to include patient profiles, fill-in-the-blank calculations, and standard multiple-choice questions.
Progress Tracking allows you to follow and manage your question bank results, and evaluate your progress on your user dashboard. At the end of your study, we have two comprehensive practice tests to conclude the material that has been covered.
Which of the following medications are used to treat the chemotherapy-induced complication TA is experiencing? Select ALL that apply.
Which of the following medications is the most likely cause of bone marrow suppression (anemia, neutropenia) in this patient?
Which of his medications may be worsening his pulmonary edema and leg edema symptoms? Select ALL that apply.
Based on her CHA2DS2-VAS score, which of the following medications would be the MOST appropriate for her treatment?
Which of the following treatment measures do you recommend? Select ALL that apply.
DB is a 67-year-old male with ESRD on dialysis who has been on Epogen 3000 units SC three times a week for anemia of chronic renal failure. His recent labs are as follows:
Hgb …………………. 12.6 g/dL (13.5 – 16.5 g/dL for males)
Hct …………………… 38.6 % (40% – 52%)
MCV …………………. 86 fL
WBC ………………… 4.0 thous/microL
Platelets …………….. 185 thous/microL
With regards to his Epogen dosing, what would be the most appropriate course of action?
How many mEq of Na+ has the patient received in total from her IV fluids on 10/17?
Round off your final answer to ONE decimal point.
Due to time constraints, some of the topics covered in the course book and online course will not be lectured on during the Live Review.
Congestive Heart Failure
Acute Coronary Syndrome
Autonomic Nervous System
Renal and Hepatic dysfunction
CBC and Anemias
Asthma & COPD
Nebulizers and MDIs
GERD / PUD
About the boards
Patient Profiles / Inpatient cases
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
HIV / AIDS
Anxiety and related disorders
Sickle Cell Disease