Preparing for the NAPLEX
Guest: Eric Christianson
MED ED 101 Clinical Pharmacy Education – Improving Practice, Protecting Patients
Eric Christianson is a clinical pharmacist passionate about patient safety, geriatrics, MTM, and clinical pharmacy. He is the owner of the blog at www.meded101.com a valuable resource for practicing healthcare professionals and students alike who are interested in learning more about the practical application of clinical pharmacy. He has 2 wonderful children and the best wife in the world.
Among his professional accomplishments, he is Board certified in geriatrics and pharmacotherapy, has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, American Journal of Nursing, written an Amazon best seller Pharmacotherapy: Improving Medical Education Through Clinical Pharmacy Pearls, Case Studies and Common Sense and has helped thousands of nurses, pharmacists, and prescribers become better at medication management.
- How do you know you’re ready for the NAPLEX? Number of hours? Practice Tests?
- How do you fit in NAPLEX studying as a parent or busy professional or both?
- What’s the value of recording yourself?
- How do you connect with others during the APPE year?
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