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PostPosted: Mon Dec 13, 2010 6:39 pm    Post subject: MCQ /OSCE Books, and all reference books and material Reply with quote
Hi ALL,

Please have a look at the following details of study material used commonly for PEBC evaluation exam as per the references guide given by the PEBC document evaluation information booklet. At end of the booklet they have given the list of references for each subject

I compiled them myself and it took lots of time and effort and overnight working.

Most of the books are available in PDF and some are in .CHM format. This can be easily opened by windows xp/vista/7.


I also got the material from the pharmaprep which is the organization giving training in Canada that is not included in this one. But if you want I can provide that one also with some additional cost.

Some of the topics like biotechnology which I don’t have the same book referred by them but I got alternatives. As I have mentioned them in the list.( Compare the list with reference list of EE information booklet)

I also got some of the medical books related to therapeutics and anatomy and organ vise disease condition treatment. Which I will give completely free with package. As I am tired of writing they are as shown in following pics.



Additional Support will also be provided on Request. (That’s absolutely free)

For all books mentioned into the information booklet of EE I am offering the lowest prize of £250.

Total of 80 important books for you in just £3.125 per book. As you Know some of the books like B.P. 2009, U.S.P. , B.P.C. and BNF and Goodman Gilman , Foye’s , Martindale are so Costly books and they even cost more then £250. So. Don’t think to much.

IF you even see the reference list of MCQ and OSCE all books are same . So all are important even after you complete EE successfully. So Look understand what you are getting and then buy.

AND DON’T FORGET THAT ALL THIS BOOKS WILL BE WITH YOU FOR WHOLE OF THE LIFE.

And please don’t share then unless you recover money of them and give that money to charity. After all what we are struggling to do here by becoming the Pharmacist!!!!

“Just Service to people”


You Can Send payment Through PayPal to “viral_patel522@yahoo.com”

I will give you the Oxford medical dictionary absolutely free for JAVA supported mobile and android supported mobile, So, you can have all the information on the one touch of phone.

Note. The money requested by me is for charity purpose only.( I need to support my grand-fa for his triple by-pass surgery.) I am strictly against keeping knowledge to myself. “Knowledge always increases when you share it”. The Package Includes more than 2 GB file that will be written on DVD and delivered to you by mail within 10 working days of after payment.

Regards

Viral Patel

The List of the Books as per EE information Booklet.


1. Pharmacy Review Guides

1. Appleton and Lange Review of Pharmacy, by Hall and Reiss, McGraw-Hill Medical.

2. Appleton and Lange Review of Anatomy, by Hall and Reiss, McGraw-Hill Medical.

3. Comprehensive Pharmacy Review, ed. by Shargel, Mutnick et al, Lippincott
Williams and Wilkins.


2. Biomedical sciences

1. Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach, ed. by DiPiro, Talbert, et al,
McGraw-Hill Medical.

2. Robbins & Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, ed. by Kumar, et al, Saunders.

Biochemistry, by Berg et al, W.H. Freeman & Co.

3. Clinical Anatomy,Applied anatomy for students and junior doctors, Harold Ellis ELEVENTH EDITION

4. Delmar’s Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology,Donald C. Rizzo, Ph.D.

5. Human Molecular Genetics, by Strachan,Garland Publishing.

6. Jawetz, Melnick & Adelberg's Medical Microbiology, ed. by Brooks, McGraw-Hill.

7. Medical Microbiology & Immunology , Levinson, McGraw-Hill.

8. Sherris_Medical_Microbiology_-_An_Introduction_to_Infectious_Diseases

9. MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY AND INFECTION AT A GLANCE MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY AND INFECTION AT A GLANCE

10. Clinical Anatomy by snell. McGraw-Hill

11. BASIC_&_CLINICAL_PHARMACOLOGY_-_10th_Ed._(2007)





3. Pharmaceutical Sciences:

1. Goodman & Gilman’s: The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, ed. by Bruntonet al, McGraw-Hill.

2. Principles_of_Clinical_Pharmacology_2C_Second_Edition by Arther J. Atkinson

3. Rang and Dales - Pharma(6th Ed.)

4. Foye’s Principles of Medicinal Chemistry, ed. by Lemke and Williams, Lippincott
Williams and Wilkens.

5. Wilson and Gisvold’s Textbook of Organic Medicinal and Pharmaceutical
Chemistry, ed. by Block and Beale, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.

6. Martin’s Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, by Sinko, Lippincott
Williams and Wilkins.

7. Applied Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics, by Shargel, Wu-Pong and Yu,
McGraw-Hill.

8. Clinical Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacodynamics, by Rowland, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.

9. Pharmaceutical Biotechnology by Sabhamurthy and Ashutoshkar.

10. Goldfrank’s Manual of Toxicologic Emergencies, by Hoffman, Nelson, Howland,
Lewin, Flomenbaum, Goldfrank, McGraw-Hill.

11. Principles of Biochemical Toxicology, by Timbrell, Informa Healthcare.

12. Tietz Fundamentals of Clinical Chemistry, 6th ed, 2008







4. Pharmacy Practice:

1. Applied Therapeutics, The Clinical Use of Drugs, ed. by Koda-Kimble and Young, etal, Wolters Kluwer Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. (A comprehensive,patient casebased reference)

2. Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach, ed. by DiPiro, Talbert, et al,
McGraw-Hill Medical.

3. Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, ed. by Walker and Whittlesea,Churchill
Livingstone.

4. Handbook of Clinical Drug Data, ed. by Anderson and Knoben, McGraw-Hill.

5. U.S.P.

6. Stockleys Drug Interactions Pocket Companion 2009

7. Martindale The Complete Drug Reference, by Sweetman, The Pharmaceutical
Press.

8. Remington: The Science and Practice of Pharmacy, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.

9. Pharmaceutical Care Practice:The Clinician’s Guide, by Cipolle, Strand and Morley,McGraw-Hill, Medical

10. Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation: A Reference Guide to Pregnancy and Neonatal Risk, by Briggs et al, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.

11. Focus on Safe Medication Practices, Rantucci, Stewart and Stewart, Lippincott
Williams and Wilkins.

12. Barnes - Herbal Medicines (Pharmaceutical Press, 2007)

13. Public Relations for Pharmacists

14. Lecture notes in pharmcy practice

15. Lecture notes in pharmcy practice

16. Neonatal Formulary - Drug Use in Pregnancy and the First Year of Life (BMJ, 2007)

17. Pharmaceutical and Clinical Calculations ed 2

18. Principal and practice of pharmaceutical medicine





5. Behavioural, Social and Administrative Pharmacy Sciences:

1. Pharmacoepidemiology: Principles for Practice, Waning and Montague,
McGraw-Hill.

2. Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes: Applications for Patient Care, American
College of Clinical Pharmacy.
3. Pharmaco epidemology by waning

4. Pharmaceutical Statistics Practical and Clinical Applications, Fourth Edition, Revised and Expanded (Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences)

5. Statistical Methodology in the Pharmaceutical Sciences

6. Applied Pharmaceutical Practice

7. DevelopingPharmacyPracticeEN

8. Pharmacy Law

9. Pharmacy Practice

10. safe medication practice


MCQ based Books
1. case file biochemistry
2. Case Files Pathology (Lange Case Files)
3. Case Files; Pharmacology, 2nd ed. 2008
4. Case.Files.Gross.Anatomy.2nd.Edition
5. case-files_pHYSIOLOGY
6. MCQs_in_Biochemistry_
7. Pathology – sidebyside
8. Anatomy – sidebyside
9. Questions answers of biochemistry
10. Case files Microbiology
11. PHARMACY_CASE_STUDIES
12. Toxicology_A_Case-Oriented_Approach
Some other Important books.

1. British national formulary Sept 2009
2. British Pharmacopoeia 2009
3. British Pharmaceutical Codex 1911.
4. USP NF 2009 (United States Pharmacopeia 32 National Formulary 27)
5. Textbook Of Therapeutics - Drug and Disease Management (Lippincott, 2006)
6. A to Z Drug Facts (A to Z Drug Facts, 4th ed) by David S. Tatro and Facts and Comparisons
7. Biostatistics_A_Methodology_For_the_Health_Sciences
8. Edwards_Principles_and_Practic
9. Medicinal Plants of the World vol.3 Humana 2005
10. PHRAMACEUTICAL COMPONDING AND DISPENSING
11. Poisoning_and_Drug_Overdose_5th_edition_(2007)
12. TreaseEvansPharmacognosySaunders2008
13. FAST+TRACK+Physical+Pharmacy+by+Alexandar+T+Florence
14. Questions answers of biochemistry
15. Glossary of Biotechnology Terms, Third Edition
16. Handbook of Pathophysiology by Elizabeth j Caurin
17. Pathology – sidebyside
18. Pathology_and_therapeutics_for_pharmacists__3rd_edition by Russell Greene.
19. Pharmacotherapy case book – Patient focused approach by Terry
20. Principles_of_Clinical_Pharmacology_2C_Second_Edition by Arther J. Atkinson
21. Professional Guide to Signs and Symptoms - 5th Ed by Liipincott and Williams
22. Anatomy – sidebyside
23. Davidson's Principle of Mecicine
24. Handbook_of_Drug_Interactions_-_A_Clinical_and_Forensic_Guide by Ashraf Mozayani, PharmD, PhDLionel P. Raymon, PharmD, PhD
25. Symptoms in the Pharmacy A Guide to the Management of Common Illness by ALISON BLENKINSOPP
26. Goodman & Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 15, 2010 1:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote
1) 4 new topics in a couple of days - it's a little too much, don't you think?
2)If you wanna sell anything - go to buy and sell forum. (going to move this topic in a couple of days, enjoy for now)
3) to all of you who are thinking about buying - amount of books and study material available is overwhelming. But when you are buying you are not becoming any bit more knowledgeble - you only have one more book - or file on the computer, that's it.

My list of books:
EE - any pharm review - I used Shargel, also had A & L but Shargel coveres more. Management in Pharmacy - not the greatest book, but I went through it once or twice. My kids game on anatomy :)) What else - if I see a magazine (like at hear dresser) I would stick my nose and read AD about a drug there. :) What else - this forum, lots of good stuff here. Also free web sites with Q and A
MSQ - TC - must, rx files - must, PSC - it can wait till OSCE
OSCE - PSC - must and take a course to prepare yourself, make a study group.
That's about it.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 15, 2010 2:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote
lady jane,
i was wondering if you took the IPG course as well?
If you don't mind me asking.. did u pass every exam on the first go with the materials u listed? i am using misbah books for ee, have you heard reviews from that?

thanks so much!!
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 15, 2010 4:29 am    Post subject: Books Reply with quote
Thanks for reply....for ur kind info I have never sold knowledge inky life it should be always free that I was believing before I joined....but when I asked for some material here with some people you know what I got in reply ? The long invoice of them to buy material ....this rude behavior of people let me forced to keep this post 'coz I got some thing that other might not have ......even I asked for charity not for my pocket .....hope u got the point.....

Let's try again can anybody pass some EE material to my email ??? And anybody got the ebook of therapeutic choices and patent self care ?
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 15, 2010 1:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
pharmie wrote:
lady jane,
i was wondering if you took the IPG course as well?
If you don't mind me asking.. did u pass every exam on the first go with the materials u listed? i am using misbah books for ee, have you heard reviews from that?

thanks so much!!

I didn't take IPG - I'm not in Ontario and other provinces don't have it, don't need it.
It took 2 attempts for me to pass MCQ - all other exams - I was lucky (did I mention I spend lots of time studying? :) ).
About Misbah - I know about it because people are looking for it all the time. I didn't have it - so sorry don't have personal opinion. I read through Misbah for OSCE - it took me 2 evenings :) Was not at all impressed. Kind of confusing, nothing without real preparation course.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 15, 2010 1:57 pm    Post subject: Re: Books Reply with quote
viral_patel522 wrote:
Thanks for reply....for ur kind info I have never sold knowledge inky life it should be always free that I was believing before I joined....but when I asked for some material here with some people you know what I got in reply ? The long invoice of them to buy material ....this rude behavior of people let me forced to keep this post 'coz I got some thing that other might not have ......even I asked for charity not for my pocket .....hope u got the point.....

Let's try again can anybody pass some EE material to my email ??? And anybody got the ebook of therapeutic choices and patent self care ?

You listed a fine library of books - I only see a few of them in my life, don't think I used any one for preparation. You would need to go to university to go through all of them - too little time - too many books :) So my point is - why anybody want all of this? (but I don't object it - just don't quite like to see your post here -any other moderator could remove it through)
about cost of knowledge - well, there is a funny thing about it. It takes time to produce it and time spend should be reworded. The same as you want a reword for your time - time collecting all of it.

and last about your request - I don't have it. There is no this e books as per my knowledge. The only way to make it - is to copy page by page to make a bad pdf if only someone would do it. But again - it would take time and resources to do it.
I have a few books collecting dust(you said that books would be with you for life? :) it's true - no body really wants them) I can give to somebody for free but no TC and PSC.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 15, 2010 5:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
Hi Jane,
as you told that your books are covered with dust....but not everybody's....if they are always mean to be get covered with dust then why university's have library....why they dont think to much while buying new book for library???? They also know that not all students gona use all those books but at least some of them, usage of the book is always depends on who is using that, how a can a person involved in pharmacy have a value of the books needed for research and vice versa. Like I am involved here in clinical and formulation research..and I find some of the books very essential like " Handbook of pharmaceutical Excipients " extensively and with out that I could not have prepared stable formulations.....and I use 80% of the books occasionally ...so its depends on the mentality of the person whether he/she is short sighted or long sighted ....!!!!


For knowledge you need to spend the time...it can't come through the dusting books!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 15, 2010 10:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
Hold on for a second - are we talking about passing exams of about general knowlage? What I'm trying to say that a person don't need to have all the books - he just needs a few. Trust me, it's hard to come to another country with different language and start study all over again, so in this case you are not looking into expanding your knowlage but need something to pass exam.
And about my dustyis - if you say that at night time you are going trough you first year college notes for you leasure - I would laugh :))

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:23 pm    Post subject: Re: MCQ /OSCE Books, and all reference books and material Reply with quote
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 8:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote
"MSQ - TC - must, rx files - must, PSC - it can wait till OSCE "


what do TC and PSC mean ???

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