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Review questions Jeffery D. Evans, Pharm.D. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

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Review questions Jeffery D. Evans, Pharm.D. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Slide 2 Chapter 1 The impairment committee shall have the following responsibilities: i. Supervise the Practitioner Recovery Program. ii. Recommend for board consideration any action for reinstatement of recovering persons. iii. Investigate cases involving only alcohol or substance abuse. Slide 3 Please make your selection... 1.I only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 4 Chapter 1 The impairment committee shall have the following responsibilities: i. Supervise the Practitioner Recovery Program. ii. Recommend for board consideration any action for reinstatement of recovering persons. iii. Investigate cases involving only alcohol or substance abuse. Slide 5 Chapter 1 Question 2 Which of the following is the official journal of the Board of Pharmacy? A. National Association of Boards of Pharmacy Newsletter B. Louisiana Board of Pharmacy Newsletter C. The Board of Pharmacy website D. Any notification sent from the board of pharmacy counts as the official journal E. The board rules are the official journal of the Board of Pharmacy. Slide 6 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 7 Chapter 1 Question 2 Which of the following is the official journal of the Board of Pharmacy? A. National Association of Boards of Pharmacy Newsletter B. Louisiana Board of Pharmacy Newsletter C. The Board of Pharmacy website D. Any notification sent from the board of pharmacy counts as the official journal E. The board rules are the official journal of the Board of Pharmacy. Slide 8 Chapter 3 Question 1 Which of the following IS NOT required in a notice summons prior to a hearing? A. Designated time, date, and place of the hearing B. Respondent's name and address C. Allegation against respondent D. Total amount for hearing fees Slide 9 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D Slide 10 Chapter 3 Question 1 Which of the following IS NOT required in a notice summons prior to a hearing? A. Designated time, date, and place of the hearing B. Respondent's name and address C. Allegation against respondent D. Total amount for hearing fees Slide 11 Chapter 3 Question 2 ______________ is the term used for hearings that may be held jointly to assure a fair due process hearing. A. Joinder B. Severence C. Resusation D. Disjoindation E. Consolidation Slide 12 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 13 Chapter 3 Question 2 ______________ is the term used for hearings that may be held jointly to assure a fair due process hearing. A. Joinder B. Severence C. Resusation D. Disjoindation E. Consolidation Slide 14 Chapter 3 Question 3 Which of the following entities (or persons) is (are) under the jurisdiction of the Board of Pharmacy in Louisiana and thus subject to penalties imposed by the board? i. An unlicensed technician who steals and sells prescription medications ii. An out of state pharmacy which fails to keep complete records of the prescriptions mailed to Louisiana patients. iii. An individual licensed only as a hair dresser but claims to provide pharmaceutical services. Slide 15 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 16 Chapter 3 Question 3 Which of the following entities (or persons) is (are) under the jurisdiction of the Board of Pharmacy in Louisiana and thus subject to penalties imposed by the board? i. An unlicensed technician who steals and sells prescription medications ii. An out of state pharmacy which fails to keep complete records of the prescriptions mailed to Louisiana patients. iii. An individual licensed only as a hair dresser but claims to provide pharmaceutical services. Slide 17 Chapter 3 Question 4 Recusation A. punishes the board for falsely accusing a pharmacist of a violation of board rules B. indicates that a respondent did not show for a required hearing. C. is required for a majority vote to occur at a board meeting D. may be requested by a respondent of a board member E. occurs after a case has been heard by the board Slide 18 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 19 Chapter 3 Question 4 Recusation A. punishes the board for falsely accusing a pharmacist of a violation of board rules B. indicates that a respondent did not show for a required hearing. C. is required for a majority vote to occur at a board meeting D. may be requested by a respondent of a board member E. occurs after a case has been heard by the board Slide 20 Chapter 3 Question 5 Sequestration requires A. that all board members be informed of an administrative hearing B. that witnesses shall not be permitted to discuss their testimony with other witnesses C. that the attorney for the board and the respondent not discuss the case D. a plea motion to be accepted by the board. E. that at least one board member discusses the hearing with the respondent before the meeting Slide 21 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 22 Chapter 3 Question 5 Sequestration requires A. that all board members be informed of an administrative hearing B. that witnesses shall not be permitted to discuss their testimony with other witnesses C. that the attorney for the board and the respondent not discuss the case D. a plea motion to be accepted by the board. E. that at least one board member discusses the hearing with the respondent before the meeting Slide 23 Chapter 3 Question 6 An interlocutory hearing may result in the of a license. A. Revocation B. Probation C. Summary suspension D. Suspension E. Dismissal Slide 24 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 25 Chapter 3 Question 6 An interlocutory hearing may result in the of a license. A. Revocation B. Probation C. Summary suspension D. Suspension E. Dismissal Slide 26 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 1 Which of the following are allowable per the LA Board Rules? i. A pharmacist license displayed on a shelf facing away from the patients of the pharmacy ii. A pharmacist who practices pharmacy without his license ID card at the only pharmacy he works at where his certificate is displayed iii.The application for a pharmacist license renewal must be provided to the pharmacist by November 1st by the board of pharmacy Slide 27 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, iii Slide 28 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 1 Which of the following are allowable per the LA Board Rules? i. A pharmacist license displayed on a shelf facing away from the patients of the pharmacy ii. A pharmacist who practices pharmacy without his license ID card at the only pharmacy he works at where his certificate is displayed iii. The application for a pharmacist license renewal must be provided to the pharmacist by November 1st by the board of pharmacy Slide 29 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 2 Pharmacists must renew their licenses by and pharmacy technicians must renew their license by. A. November 1st, June 1st B. December 1st, June 30 th C. December 1st, June 1st D. December 31st, June 30th E. January 1st, June 1st Slide 30 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 31 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 2 Pharmacists must renew their licenses by and pharmacy technicians must renew their license by. A. November 1st, June 1st B. December 1st, June 30 th C. December 1st, June 1st D. December 31st, June 30th E. January 1st, June 1st Slide 32 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 3 Billy Bob the compounding pharmacist obtained 15 hours of non-live CE during the last year. How many additional hours of CE must he have to meet the minimum amount of hours required by the board of pharmacy for licensure renewal (all 15 hours were in the Management of Diabetes)? A. Three hours of live CE on HIV B. Three hours of live CE on compounding C. Five hours of non-live CE on compounding D. One hour of live CE on compounding E. He has already met the requirement and needs no additional hours Slide 33 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 34 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 3 Billy Bob the compounding pharmacist obtained 15 hours of non-live CE during the last year. How many additional hours of CE must he have to meet the minimum amount of hours required by the board of pharmacy for licensure renewal (all 15 hours were in the Management of Diabetes)? A. Three hours of live CE on HIV B. Three hours of live CE on compounding C. Five hours of non-live CE on compounding D. One hour of live CE on compounding E. He has already met the requirement and needs no additional hours Slide 35 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 4 Which of the following are part of the required Prospective Drug Utilization Review as required by the Board? i. Drug-Drug Interaction ii. Drug-Disease contraindications iii. Drug-Food Interactions Slide 36 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 37 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 4 Which of the following are part of the required Prospective Drug Utilization Review as required by the Board? i. Drug-Drug Interaction ii. Drug-Disease contraindications iii. Drug-Food Interactions Slide 38 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 5 According to board rules, the pharmacist shall make a reasonable effort to obtain, record, and maintain the following information: i. Patient name and telephone number ii. Patient age iii. List of patient's prior and current medications Slide 39 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 40 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 5 According to board rules, the pharmacist shall make a reasonable effort to obtain, record, and maintain the following information: i. Patient name and telephone number ii. Patient age iii. List of patient's prior and current medications Slide 41 Chapt 5, 7, 9 Question 6 How many hours must a pharmacy intern obtain outside of his education to qualify for pharmacist licensure? A. 500 B. 1000 C. 1250 D. 1500 E. 2000 Slide 42 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 43 Chapt 5, 7, 9 Question 6 How many hours must a pharmacy intern obtain outside of his education to qualify for pharmacist licensure? A. 500 B. 1000 C. 1250 D. 1500 E. 2000 Slide 44 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 7 What is the minimum number of weeks that a pharmacy intern must work to obtain all of the required outside (not credit for a Pharm.D) hours? A. 5 B. 10 C. 20 D. 50 E. 100 Slide 45 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 46 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 7 What is the minimum number of weeks that a pharmacy intern must work to obtain all of the required outside (not credit for a Pharm.D) hours? A. 5 B. 10 C. 20 D. 50 E. 100 Slide 47 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 8 Which of the following pharmacists may provide a practical experience for a pharmacy intern (meaning the hours will count toward licensure)? A. Kris the 2009 ULM College of Pharmacy graduate with his Pharm.D. (first degree.) B. Wilbur who was placed on probation 5 months ago for a 1 year period C. Jeff who works at a charitable pharmacy D. Shelia who works at a pharmacy that is currently on probation due to a misfill. E. Ronda a research pharmacist who only works in a lab Slide 48 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 49 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 8 Which of the following pharmacists may provide a practical experience for a pharmacy intern (meaning the hours will count toward licensure)? A. Kris the 2009 ULM College of Pharmacy graduate with his Pharm.D. (first degree.) B. Wilbur who was placed on probation 5 months ago for a 1 year period C. Jeff who works at a charitable pharmacy D. Shelia who works at a pharmacy that is currently on probation due to a misfill. E. Ronda a research pharmacist who only works in a lab Slide 50 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 9 Credited intern hours expire A. at graduation B. prior to graduation C. 1 month after graduation D. 6 months after graduation E. No later than one year after graduation Slide 51 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 52 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 9 Credited intern hours expire A. at graduation B. prior to graduation C. 1 month after graduation D. 6 months after graduation E. No later than one year after graduation Slide 53 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 10 A student who graduates from an ACPE accredited school receives intern hours for his degree. A. 100 B. 250 C. 500 D. 1000 E. 1500 Slide 54 Please make your selection... 1.100 2.250 3.500 4.1000 5.1500 Slide 55 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 10 A student who graduates from an ACPE accredited school receives intern hours for his degree. A. 100 B. 250 C. 500 D. 1000 E. 1500 Slide 56 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 11 Which of the following are true statements regarding the qualifications for someone to be a pharmacy technician candidate? i They must be at least 18 years old ii They must be of good moral character iii. They must have a high school diploma Slide 57 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, andn iii Slide 58 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 11 Which of the following are true statements regarding the qualifications for someone to be a pharmacy technician candidate? i They must be at least 18 years old ii They must be of good moral character iii. They must have a high school diploma Slide 59 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 12 A pharmacy technician candidate license is valid for A. 6 months B. 12 months C. 18 months D. 24 months E. 30 months Slide 60 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 61 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 12 A pharmacy technician candidate license is valid for A. 6 months B. 12 months C. 18 months D. 24 months E. 30 months Slide 62 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 13 Which of the following is true regarding the practical experience for a pharmacy technician candidate? A. The candidate may claim prior work experience (not more than 3 months worth) on their application for candidate status B. The candidate must carry a registration card, but is not required to display their license C. A technician candidate may work for any licensed pharmacist or pharmacy in the State of Louisiana D. The candidate's practical experience hours expire 18 months after registration E. The candidate is required to obtain 600 hours of experience Slide 63 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 64 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 13 Which of the following is true regarding the practical experience for a pharmacy technician candidate? A. The candidate may claim prior work experience (not more than 3 months worth) on their application for candidate status B. The candidate must carry a registration card, but is not required to display their license C. A technician candidate may work for any licensed pharmacist or pharmacy in the State of Louisiana D. The candidate's practical experience hours expire 18 months after registration E. The candidate is required to obtain 600 hours of experience Slide 65 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 14 Which of the following combinations is allowable under state law for ONE pharmacist on duty to supervise? A. 1 technician candidate, 3 technicians, 1 clerk B. 2 technician candidates, 1 technician, 1 intern C. 4 pharmacy technicians D. 2 technician candidates, 1 intern, 2 clerks E. 1 technician candidate, 2 pharmacy technicians, 1 pharmacy intern, 2 clerks Slide 66 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 67 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 14 Which of the following combinations is allowable under state law for ONE pharmacist on duty to supervise? A. 1 technician candidate, 3 technicians, 1 clerk B. 2 technician candidates, 1 technician, 1 intern C. 4 pharmacy technicians D. 2 technician candidates, 1 intern, 2 clerks E. 1 technician candidate, 2 pharmacy technicians, 1 pharmacy intern, 2 clerks Slide 68 Chap 579, Question 15 Which of the following actions may a pharmacy technician legally do that a pharmacy technician can not? A. Complete Continuing Education B. interpret prescription orders C. Compound high risk sterile preparations D. Release a verbal prescription order for processing after it was reduced to written form E. Make the offer to counsel a patient (the counseling would be completed by the pharmacist.) Slide 69 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 70 Chap 579, Question 15 Which of the following actions may a pharmacy technician legally do that a pharmacy technician can not? A. Complete Continuing Education B. interpret prescription orders C. Compound high risk sterile preparations D. Release a verbal prescription order for processing after it was reduced to written form E. Make the offer to counsel a patient (the counseling would be completed by the pharmacist.) Slide 71 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 16 A pharmacy technician candidate must obtain of CE per year A. 0 hours B. 5 hours C. 10 hours D. 15 hours E. One per month of candidate status Slide 72 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 73 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 16 A pharmacy technician candidate must obtain of CE per year A. 0 hours B. 5 hours C. 10 hours D. 15 hours E. One per month of candidate status Slide 74 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 17 A licensed (certified) pharmacy technician must obtain of CE per year A. 0 hours B. 5 hours C. 10 hours D. 15 hours E. 20 hours Slide 75 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 76 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 17 A licensed (certified) pharmacy technician must obtain of CE per year A. 0 hours B. 5 hours C. 10 hours D. 15 hours E. 20 hours Slide 77 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 18 A pharmacist is required to have a total of hours of CE of which hours must be live per year. A. 10, 3 B. 10,1 C. 15,1 D. 15, 3 E. 20, 3 Slide 78 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 79 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 18 A pharmacist is required to have a total of hours of CE of which hours must be live per year. A. 10, 3 B. 10,1 C. 15,1 D. 15, 3 E. 20, 3 Slide 80 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 20 Which of the following is a required component of patient consoling according to the LA Board of Pharmacy? A. How long the therapy will last B. The name of the physician who prescribed the medication C. Other alternative medications that may be available if this one fails D. Whether the medication is a controlled substance or not E. If the brand name medication is dispensed, the generic name must be provided to the patient Slide 81 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 82 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 20 Which of the following is a required component of patient consoling according to the LA Board of Pharmacy? A. How long the therapy will last B. The name of the physician who prescribed the medication C. Other alternative medications that may be available if this one fails D. Whether the medication is a controlled substance or not E. If the brand name medication is dispensed, the generic name must be provided to the patient Slide 83 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 21 A pharmacist working in an area deemed to be in a "State of Emergency" may dispense a day supply of medication to a patient that does not have refills on that medication. i. 7 ii. 14 iii. 31 Slide 84 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 85 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 21 A pharmacist working in an area deemed to be in a "State of Emergency" may dispense a day supply of medication to a patient that does not have refills on that medication. i. 7 ii. 14 iii. 31 Slide 86 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 22 A prescription acting as an authority to administer expires after being written A. 7 days B. 4 weeks C. 1 month D. 6 months E. 12 months Slide 87 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 88 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 22 A prescription acting as an authority to administer expires after being written A. 7 days B. 4 weeks C. 1 month D. 6 months E. 12 months Slide 89 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 23 A pharmacy intern who is trained to give immunizations and has been certified by the Board, may give immunizations in the presence of which of the following healthcare providers? (assume no other healthcare providers are in the area.) i. Physician ii. Nurse certified to give immunizations iii. Pharmacist certified by the Board to administer immunizations Slide 90 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 91 Chap 5, 7, 9 Question 23 A pharmacy intern who is trained to give immunizations and has been certified by the Board, may give immunizations in the presence of which of the following healthcare providers? (assume no other healthcare providers are in the area.) i. Physician ii. Nurse certified to give immunizations iii. Pharmacist certified by the Board to administer immunizations Slide 92 Chap 11 Question 1 A pharmacist in charge for a pharmacy must be named A. in the initial application for the pharmacy permit B. within 30 days of the pharmacy application being approved C. after the application for a pharmacy is approved but before the initial inspection D. prior to the initial inspection and no later than thirty days after the application is approved E. prior to June 1st of the next year Slide 93 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 94 Chap 11 Question 1 A pharmacist in charge for a pharmacy must be named A. in the initial application for the pharmacy permit B. within 30 days of the pharmacy application being approved C. after the application for a pharmacy is approved but before the initial inspection D. prior to the initial inspection and no later than thirty days after the application is approved E. prior to June 1st of the next year Slide 95 Chap 11 Question 2 A pharmacy permit must renewed by of or it shall be null and void A. December 31st, every even year B. December 31st, every odd year C. June 30th, every even year D. June 30th, every year E. December 31st, every year Slide 96 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 97 Chap 11 Question 2 A pharmacy permit must renewed by of or it shall be null and void A. December 31st, every even year B. December 31st, every odd year C. June 30th, every even year D. June 30th, every year E. December 31st, every year Slide 98 Chap 11 Question 3 A new prescription department must contain at least square feet of space A. 150 B. 200 C. 300 D. 250 E. 500 Slide 99 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 100 Chap 11 Question 3 A new prescription department must contain at least square feet of space A. 150 B. 200 C. 300 D. 250 E. 500 Slide 101 Chap 11 Question 4 A pharmacy must have at least of counter space in the pharmacy where the pharmacist may dispense and compound prescriptions. A. 30 square inches B. 6 square feet C. 12 square feet D. 24 square feet E. 300 square feet Slide 102 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 103 Chap 11 Question 4 A pharmacy must have at least of counter space in the pharmacy where the pharmacist may dispense and compound prescriptions. A. 30 square inches B. 6 square feet C. 12 square feet D. 24 square feet E. 300 square feet Slide 104 Chap 11 Question 5 Which of the following is/are true regarding the 'emergency access' key for a pharmacy i. Everyone who uses it must sign a log ii. the key may be kept outside of the prescription department iii. the date and time of entry must be recorded on the log when applicable Slide 105 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 106 Chap 11 Question 5 Which of the following is/are true regarding the 'emergency access' key for a pharmacy i. Everyone who uses it must sign a log ii. the key may be kept outside of the prescription department iii. the date and time of entry must be recorded on the log when applicable Slide 107 Chap 11 Question 6 Printed copies of which of the following references must be available in a pharmacy? A. Louisiana Board of Pharmacy Laws and Regulations B. A pharmacology reference C. A drug interaction reference D. A toxicity reference E. Printed copies of all of the above are required, but one combined, printed reference may be acceptable for B,C,D Slide 108 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 109 Chap 11 Question 6 Printed copies of which of the following references must be available in a pharmacy? A. Louisiana Board of Pharmacy Laws and Regulations B. A pharmacology reference C. A drug interaction reference D. A toxicity reference E. Printed copies of all of the above are required, but one combined, printed reference may be acceptable for B,C,D Slide 110 Chap 11 Question 7 A pharmacist-in-charge is responsible for which of the following? A. Ensuring that patients are treated appropriately and that complaints are handled quickly B. Maintaining adequate stocks of medications for dispensing. C. Coordinating with wholesalers to ensure only the most recently produced medications are supplied to the pharmacy. D. Maintaining a plan to notify patients in case of a class I recall. E. Ensuring that all medications in the store are not out of date (including OTCs). Slide 111 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 112 Chap 11 Question 7 A pharmacist-in-charge is responsible for which of the following? A. Ensuring that patients are treated appropriately and that complaints are handled quickly B. Maintaining adequate stocks of medications for dispensing. C. Coordinating with wholesalers to ensure only the most recently produced medications are supplied to the pharmacy. D. Maintaining a plan to notify patients in case of a class I recall. E. Ensuring that all medications in the store are not out of date (including OTCs). Slide 113 Chap 11 Question 8 When a pharmacist-in-charge is fired from the pharmacy he works for he must notify the board of pharmacy of his removal within A. 3 days B. 5 days C. 7 days D. 10 days E. no time. He does not have to notify the board of pharmacy Slide 114 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 115 Chap 11 Question 8 When a pharmacist-in-charge is fired from the pharmacy he works for he must notify the board of pharmacy of his removal within A. 3 days B. 5 days C. 7 days D. 10 days E. no time. He does not have to notify the board of pharmacy Slide 116 Chap 11 Question 9 When a pharmacist decides to quit his pharmacy job (and there is no replacement pharmacist in charge available for over 30 days), the pharmacist must notify the board of pharmacy at least before he leaves his position. A. 24 hours B. 72 hours C. 10 days D. 1 month E. The pharmacist in charge is not required to notify the board of pharmacy prior to departure Slide 117 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 118 Chap 11 Question 9 When a pharmacist decides to quit his pharmacy job (and there is no replacement pharmacist in charge available for over 30 days), the pharmacist must notify the board of pharmacy at least before he leaves his position. A. 24 hours B. 72 hours C. 10 days D. 1 month E. The pharmacist in charge is not required to notify the board of pharmacy prior to departure Slide 119 Chap 11 Question 10 Which of the following pharmacies is not operating within the rules of the Board of Pharmacy? A. Emily's Pharmacy that fired the pharmacist in charge 2 days ago and just hired a new one today B. Rick's Pharmacy that is only open on Mondays from 8 am to 8 pm C. David's Apothecary where technicians phone patients to warn them about Class I recalls D. Pedro's pharmacy that due to local crime, does not make it known to the public their pharmacy hours (they are open Mon-Fri 8 am to 9 pm) E. All of the pharmacies are acting within the rules Slide 120 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 121 Chap 11 Question 10 Which of the following pharmacies is not operating within the rules of the Board of Pharmacy? A. Emily's Pharmacy that fired the pharmacist in charge 2 days ago and just hired a new one today B. Rick's Pharmacy that is only open on Mondays from 8 am to 8 pm C. David's Apothecary where technicians phone patients to warn them about Class I recalls D. Pedro's pharmacy that due to local crime, does not make it known to the public their pharmacy hours (they are open Mon-Fri 8 am to 9 pm) E. All of the pharmacies are acting within the rules Slide 122 Chap 11 Question 11 Which of the following examples is within the board rules? A. Sammie enjoys taking a four minute break from the pharmacy every hour during his 12 hour shift B. Jeff, when he is the only pharmacist, leaves his four licensed technicians behind in the pharmacy when he takes a temporary absence. C. Shawn combines his two thirty minute breaks into a one hour break out side of the pharmacy at the food court of the store he works for without closing the pharmacy. D. Emily leaves the licensed pharmacy technician candidate alone in the pharmacy when she takes her lunch break for no more than thirty minutes E. All of the above examples fall within the board rules. Slide 123 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 124 Chap 11 Question 11 Which of the following examples is within the board rules? A. Sammie enjoys taking a four minute break from the pharmacy every hour during his 12 hour shift B. Jeff, when he is the only pharmacist, leaves his four licensed technicians behind in the pharmacy when he takes a temporary absence. C. Shawn combines his two thirty minute breaks into a one hour break out side of the pharmacy at the food court of the store he works for without closing the pharmacy. D. Emily leaves the licensed pharmacy technician candidate alone in the pharmacy when she takes her lunch break for no more than thirty minutes E. All of the above examples fall within the board rules. Slide 125 Chap 11 Question 12 All records required by the laws and regulations of the board must be provided upon a request from the board within A. 24 hours B. 72 hours C. 1 week D. 15 days E. 1 month Slide 126 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 127 Chap 11 Question 12 All records required by the laws and regulations of the board must be provided upon a request from the board within A. 24 hours B. 72 hours C. 1 week D. 15 days E. 1 month Slide 128 Chapter 15, Question 1 According to Chapter 15 of the LCA (Board rules), a pharmacist shall review the practitioner's medical order prior to dispensing the initial dose of medication except for A. cases of emergency B. non-scheduled medications C. over the counter medications D. non-labeled medications E. when instructed to by the pharmacist in charge Slide 129 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 130 Chapter 15, Question 1 According to Chapter 15 of the LCA (Board rules), a pharmacist shall review the practitioner's medical order prior to dispensing the initial dose of medication except for A. cases of emergency B. non-scheduled medications C. over the counter medications D. non-labeled medications E. when instructed to by the pharmacist in charge Slide 131 Chapter 15, Question 2 A pharmacist in charge of a pharmacy with a hospital permit must have at least of experience as a pharmacist prior to becoming a pharmacy manager. A. 6 months B. 12 months C. 2 years D. 5 years E. 10 years Slide 132 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 133 Chapter 15, Question 2 A pharmacist in charge of a pharmacy with a hospital permit must have at least of experience as a pharmacist prior to becoming a pharmacy manager. A. 6 months B. 12 months C. 2 years D. 5 years E. 10 years Slide 134 Chap 15 Question 3 Which of the following statements is true regarding hospital pharmacies compared to retail (community) pharmacies? A. Hospital pharmacies must perform an annual inventory of all controlled substances while retail pharmacies do not. B. Community pharmacies must perform an annual inventory of all controlled substances while hospital pharmacies do not. C. Hospital pharmacies must perform perpetual inventories on all controlled substances where as retail pharmacies do not. D. Community pharmacies must perform perpetual inventories on all controlled substances where as hospital pharmacies do not E. Hospital pharmacies must maintain a perpetual inventory of C-II medications but retail pharmacies do not Slide 135 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 136 Chap 15 Question 3 Which of the following statements is true regarding hospital pharmacies compared to retail (community) pharmacies? A. Hospital pharmacies must perform an annual inventory of all controlled substances while retail pharmacies do not. B. Community pharmacies must perform an annual inventory of all controlled substances while hospital pharmacies do not. C. Hospital pharmacies must perform perpetual inventories on all controlled substances where as retail pharmacies do not. D. Community pharmacies must perform perpetual inventories on all controlled substances where as hospital pharmacies do not E. Hospital pharmacies must maintain a perpetual inventory of C-II medications but retail pharmacies do not Slide 137 Chap 25 Question 1 Which of the following statements is true? i. Misbranded medications must be kept separate from the regular inventory to be not considered illegal in a pharmacy ii. Adulterated medications must be kept separate from the regular inventory to be not considered illegal in a pharmacy iii. Expired medications must be kept separate from the regular inventory to be not considered illegal in a pharmacy Slide 138 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 139 Chap 25 Question 1 Which of the following statements is true? i. Misbranded medications must be kept separate from the regular inventory to be not considered illegal in a pharmacy ii. Adulterated medications must be kept separate from the regular inventory to be not considered illegal in a pharmacy iii. Expired medications must be kept separate from the regular inventory to be not considered illegal in a pharmacy Slide 140 Chap 25 Question 2 Which of the following statements is true? A. Veterinary Prescription Drugs must be kept in special pharmacies only, not pharmacies licensed by the board of pharmacy B. Any licensed prescriber of human medications may prescribe veterinary prescription medications as long as they are not controlled substance C. Veterinary Medications dispensed to animals must have the owners name and the pet's name on the label of the medication D. Veterinary medications should be mixed in with normal human medications to avoid errors E. The requirements for a veterinary prescription are the same as a prescription for a human Slide 141 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 142 Chap 25 Question 2 Which of the following statements is true? A. Veterinary Prescription Drugs must be kept in special pharmacies only, not pharmacies licensed by the board of pharmacy B. Any licensed prescriber of human medications may prescribe veterinary prescription medications as long as they are not controlled substance C. Veterinary Medications dispensed to animals must have the owners name and the pet's name on the label of the medication D. Veterinary medications should be mixed in with normal human medications to avoid errors E. The requirements for a veterinary prescription are the same as a prescription for a human Slide 143 Chap 25 Question 3 Which of the following is true regarding prescriptions in the State of Louisiana? A. All prescriptions must include the prescribers Medical license and DEA number B. If the prescriber is a non-physician, the prescription must also include only the name of the affiliated physician. C. As long as they are legible, as many drug orders that can fit may appear on a single prescription D. Forms used by pharmacists to record transferred prescriptions do not need to meet the requirement of a written prescription E. The written prescription must contain the name, telephone number, and specialty (dermatology, internal medicine) of the physician Slide 144 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 145 Chap 25 Question 3 Which of the following is true regarding prescriptions in the State of Louisiana? A. All prescriptions must include the prescribers Medical license and DEA number B. If the prescriber is a non-physician, the prescription must also include only the name of the affiliated physician. C. As long as they are legible, as many drug orders that can fit may appear on a single prescription D. Forms used by pharmacists to record transferred prescriptions do not need to meet the requirement of a written prescription E. The written prescription must contain the name, telephone number, and specialty (dermatology, internal medicine) of the physician Slide 146 Chap 25 Question 4 Which of the following is not considered to be part of prescription dispensing? A. Taking the prescription order from the patient B. Placing a label on the prescription bottle C. Compounding the prescription if needed D. Collecting money for the prescription E. Giving the completed, filled prescription medication to the patient Slide 147 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 148 Chap 25 Question 4 Which of the following is not considered to be part of prescription dispensing? A. Taking the prescription order from the patient B. Placing a label on the prescription bottle C. Compounding the prescription if needed D. Collecting money for the prescription E. Giving the completed, filled prescription medication to the patient Slide 149 Chap 25 Question 4 A pharmacist may issue up to a supply of medication to the patient when there are no more refills and the prescriber is not available (not during a declared State of Emergency). A. 24 hour B. 48 hour C. 72 hour D. 1 week E. one month Slide 150 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 151 Chap 25 Question 4 A pharmacist may issue up to a supply of medication to the patient when there are no more refills and the prescriber is not available (not during a declared State of Emergency). A. 24 hour B. 48 hour C. 72 hour D. 1 week E. one month Slide 152 Chap 25 Question 5 Who may accept a transferred prescription over the telephone for a controlled substance? i. Pharmacist ii. Pharmacy Intern iii. Pharmacy Technician Slide 153 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 154 Chap 25 Question 5 Who may accept a transferred prescription over the telephone for a controlled substance? i. Pharmacist ii. Pharmacy Intern iii. Pharmacy Technician Slide 155 Chap 25 Question 6 Who may accept a transferred prescription over the telephone for a non-controlled substance? i. Pharmacist ii. Pharmacy Intern iii. Pharmacy Technician Slide 156 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 157 Chap 25 Question 6 Who may accept a transferred prescription over the telephone for a non-controlled substance? i. Pharmacist ii. Pharmacy Intern iii. Pharmacy Technician Slide 158 Chap 25 Question 7 Which of the following is not required to be included in the transfer when a non-controlled prescription is transferred between two pharmacies? A. The name and strength of the medication B. The date of original filling C. The number of refills remaining D. The dates of each refill already provided E. The original number of refills authorized Slide 159 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 160 Chap 25 Question 7 Which of the following is not required to be included in the transfer when a non-controlled prescription is transferred between two pharmacies? A. The name and strength of the medication B. The date of original filling C. The number of refills remaining D. The dates of each refill already provided E. The original number of refills authorized Slide 161 Chap 25 Question 7 Which of the following is/are required to appear on the prescription label? i. Prescription number ii. Pharmacy phone number iii. Number of tablets in the bottle Slide 162 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 163 Chap 25 Question 7 Which of the following is/are required to appear on the prescription label? i. Prescription number ii. Pharmacy phone number iii. Number of tablets in the bottle Slide 164 Chap 27 Question 1 A pharmacy that last took a controlled substance inventory on July 19, 2009 must take another inventory of its controlled substances by A. August 19, 2009 B. December 31st, 2009 C. June 30th, 2010 D. July 19th, 2010 E. July 19th, 2011 Slide 165 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 166 Chap 27 Question 1 A pharmacy that last took a controlled substance inventory on July 19, 2009 must take another inventory of its controlled substances by A. August 19, 2009 B. December 31st, 2009 C. June 30th, 2010 D. July 19th, 2010 E. July 19th, 2011 Slide 167 Chap 27 Question 2 A pharmacy would not have to complete a new inventory for which of the following examples? A. A new pharmacist in charge is appointed B. There is a substantial theft of controlled substances C. A pharmacist in charge leaves D. There is a substantial increase in the number of controlled substance prescriptions (>50%/month) E. There is a permanent closure of the pharmacy Slide 168 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 169 Chap 27 Question 2 A pharmacy would not have to complete a new inventory for which of the following examples? A. A new pharmacist in charge is appointed B. There is a substantial theft of controlled substances C. A pharmacist in charge leaves D. There is a substantial increase in the number of controlled substance prescriptions (>50%/month) E. There is a permanent closure of the pharmacy Slide 170 Chap 27 Question 3 Which of the following prescribers are allowed to prescribe oxycodone? A. Physician Assistants B. A medical Psychologist C. An Optometrist D. A veterinarian E. A registered nurse Slide 171 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 172 Chap 27 Question 3 Which of the following prescribers are allowed to prescribe oxycodone? A. Physician Assistants B. A medical Psychologist C. An Optometrist D. A veterinarian E. A registered nurse Slide 173 Chap 27 Question 4 Which of the following people may prepare a controlled substance prescription? i. Physician ii. Nurse to the physician iii. Secretary at the physician's office Slide 174 Please make your selection... 1.i only 2.iii only 3.i and ii only 4.ii and iii only 5.i, ii, and iii Slide 175 Chap 27 Question 4 Which of the following people may prepare a controlled substance prescription? i. Physician ii. Nurse to the physician iii. Secretary at the physician's office Slide 176 Chap 27 Question 5 Which of the following people would not be exempt from obtaining a CDS license in the State of Louisiana? A. A distributor's workman B. A contract carrier C. A patient with a valid prescription for a CDS D. An officer of the law E. A professional medical representative Slide 177 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 178 Chap 27 Question 5 Which of the following people would not be exempt from obtaining a CDS license in the State of Louisiana? A. A distributor's workman B. A contract carrier C. A patient with a valid prescription for a CDS D. An officer of the law E. A professional medical representative Slide 179 Chap 27 Question 6 Which of the following is the most true regarding a CDS license for a pharmacy? A. The CDS license is obtained prior to the pharmacy permit B. The CDS license is tied to the pharmacists who work at the pharmacy, if one leaves a new license must be obtained. C. The pharmacy obtains the CDS license and the pharmacy license at the same time D. One pharmacist who owns two pharmacies may use the same CDS license at each pharmacy E. The CDS license requires a pharmacy license to be obtained prior to getting the CDS license Slide 180 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 181 Chap 27 Question 6 Which of the following is the most true regarding a CDS license for a pharmacy? A. The CDS license is obtained prior to the pharmacy permit B. The CDS license is tied to the pharmacists who work at the pharmacy, if one leaves a new license must be obtained. C. The pharmacy obtains the CDS license and the pharmacy license at the same time D. One pharmacist who owns two pharmacies may use the same CDS license at each pharmacy E. The CDS license requires a pharmacy license to be obtained prior to getting the CDS license Slide 182 Chap 27 Question 7 How long should a DEA 222 form be kept on file? A. 72 hours from when it was completed B. 6 months (180 days) from when it was completed C. 12 months (1 year) from when it was completed D. 2 years from when it was completed E. 1 year after the last Rx was dispensed from it. Slide 183 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 184 Chap 27 Question 7 How long should a DEA 222 form be kept on file? A. 72 hours from when it was completed B. 6 months (180 days) from when it was completed C. 12 months (1 year) from when it was completed D. 2 years from when it was completed E. 1 year after the last Rx was dispensed from it. Slide 185 Chap 27 Question 8 Which of the following letters must be the first letter of the DEA number that a physician must include on a prescription for a C-III medication that is approved for 'maintenance treatment' of addiction? A. A B. B C. D D. S E. X Slide 186 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 187 Chap 27 Question 8 Which of the following letters must be the first letter of the DEA number that a physician must include on a prescription for a C-III medication that is approved for 'maintenance treatment' of addiction? A. A B. B C. D D. S E. X Slide 188 Chap 27 Question 9 When a pharmacist partial fills a C-II medication due to a shortage of the medication in the pharmacy, the patient must pick up the remaining amount before A. 24 hours B. 48 hours C. 72 hours D. 7 days E. 10 days Slide 189 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 190 Chap 27 Question 9 When a pharmacist partial fills a C-II medication due to a shortage of the medication in the pharmacy, the patient must pick up the remaining amount before A. 24 hours B. 48 hours C. 72 hours D. 7 days E. 10 days Slide 191 Chap 27 Question 10 A C-II prescription written for a patient in a Hospice Program may be refilled for up to A. 72 hours after the initial fill B. 1 month after the initial fill C. 3 months after the initial fill D. 6 months after the initial fill E. Never (It may not be refilled) Slide 192 Please make your selection... 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.E Slide 193 Chap 27 Question 10 A C-II prescription written for a patient in a Hospice Program may be refilled for up to A. 72 hours after the initial fill B. 1 month after the initial fill C. 3 months after the initial fill D. 6 months after the initial fill E. Never (It may not be refilled)