The Qualifying Exam Part II or Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) is a primary exam towards Canadian pharmacy licensure. The OSCE has been designed to evaluate the kwledge and practical skills of Canadian Pharmacy Graduates and International Pharmacy Graduates seeking licensure. A candidate for the OSCE must be prepared to demonstrate practical skills in simulated-stations by interacting with a Standardized Patient (SP), Standardized Client (SC) or Standardized Health Professional (SHP). Stations are designed to evaluate several skills such as: -Interviewing and collecting relevant patient information -Interpretation of patient information to identify potential drug-drug interactions -Interpretation of patient information to identify and manage drug adverse reactions -Interpretation of patient information to identify the need for alternate drug therapy regimen -Collaborating with other healthcare professionals to meet patient needs -Ability to address ethical issues -Effective and trusting communication with a patient The Qualifying Exam Part I (MCQ) and The Qualifying Exam Part II (OSCE) address the following nine competencies as per the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC(r)): -Patient Care -Health Promotion -Intra and Inter-Professional Collaboration -Kwledge and Research Application -Ethical, Legal and Professional Responsibilities -Quality and Safety -Communication and Education -Product Distribution -Practice Setting Canadian Pharmacy Exams - Pharmacist OSCE Workbook is designed as a self-study or group-study tool to help the student seeking pharmacy licensure in Canada test his/her exam readiness, identify areas of strength and weakness. The book provides an extensive opportunity to test and improve relevant practical skills within the nine competencies listed above. The workbook contains 47 Interactive Cases/Stations, 47 Non-Interactive Cases/Stations, blank forms to solve cases, an assessment form and an OSCE Checklist. 450 pages All cases are supplemented by detailed solutions and explanations to ensure further understanding and learning of new concepts. These comments are truly the keystone of Canadian Pharmacy Exams . We trust that each Canadian Pharmacy Exams book is a valuable learning and self-assessment tool towards Canadian Pharmacy licensure. Comprehensive Canadian Pharmacy Exams Online Review at www.cpepreponline.com Pharmacist Evaluating Exam (EE) Pharmacist Qualifying Exam Part I (MCQ) Pharmacist Qualifying Exam Part II (OSCE
Dr. Marankan holds a postgraduate degree in pharmacy from the College of Pharmacy at UIC, USA coupled with extensive experience in pharmacy instruction at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Her academic, research and teaching achievements have been recognized by the Paul Sang Award at the University of Illinois at Chicago and the TLEF Award at the University of British Columbia. Throughout her education and career as pharmacy instructor at the University of British Columbia, Fatima has gained extensive understanding of the requirements of pharmacy licensing exams in Canada. This knowledge has guided the development of the Canadian Pharmacy Exams Series: Pharmacist Evaluating Exam Practice - Volume 1, Pharmacist Evaluating Exam Practice - Volume 2, Pharmacist MCQ Review and Pharmacist OSCE Workbook.