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The Appalachian College of Pharmacy, a college of higher education conferring the doctor of pharmacy degree, provides academic, scientific, and professional pharmacy education to address the health-related needs of rural and underserved communities, particularly those in Appalachia, through education, service, and scholarship.
The philosophy of the College is to cultivate a learning community committed to education, community outreach, and the professional development of pharmacists. To meet and exceed, through continuous quality improvement, the highest standards of academic excellence and professionalism in service.
To create a climate that encourages personal development of ethical behavior, responsibility, dependability, and commitment among students, faculty, staff, and administration. To develop a commitment to social responsibility; to contribute to the health and well being of patients, the community, and society in medically underserved regions; and to shape public policy and health promotion at all levels.
To work with other educational institutions, the healthcare community, and other specialties and organizations to foster collaboration among students, faculty, staff, and the community.
To provide meaningful and innovative experiences that encourage and develop a lifelong commitment to learning and professional development of students, faculty, staff, preceptors, alumni and other pharmacists.
Each question within these sets is associated with the patient vignette and is independent of the other question s in the set. The items within this type of format are designed to be answered in any order.
A year-old man returns to the office for reevaluation of an ulcer on his right great toe. The patient has a year history of diabetes mellitus and takes glipizide and rosiglitazone. He first noticed the ulcer 2 months ago. One month ago, a day course of oral amoxicillin-clavulanate therapy was prescribed. He has smoked one pack of cigarettes daily for the past 37 years. Today, vital signs are temperature Physical examination of the right great toe discloses a 1.
Vibration sense and sensation to monofilament examination are absent. Pulses are diminished in both feet. Capillary refill time is 2 seconds in the right great toe. Each question is associated with the initial patient vignette but is testing a different point. Questions are designed to be answered in sequential order.
You must click "Proceed to Next Item" to view the next item in the set; once you click on this button, you will not be able to add or change an answer to the displayed previous item. A 2-year-old girl is brought to the office by her mother for evaluation of fever.
While in the office, the girl stiffens and then has bilateral, symmetrical shaking of her upper and lower extremities; she becomes mildly cyanotic. The episode lasts for approximately 45 seconds, after which she becomes relaxed and appears to fall asleep.
Vital signs at this time are temperature On physical examination she has a generally pink complexion and flushed cheeks.
She is limp and somnolent and responds with a cry to noxious stimulus. Tympanic membranes are inflamed bilaterally, nose has a scant, clear discharge, and throat is mildly erythematous. Lungs are clear to auscultation except for transmitted upper airway sounds. Complete blood count, blood culture, lumbar puncture, and catheterized urine specimen are obtained and sent for stat analysis. Acetaminophen is administered by rectal suppository.
Thirty minutes later the patient awakens and is smiling. Additional history discloses that she was born at term, she had an uneventful neonatal course, she has normal growth and development, and vaccinations are up-to-date. She has never had an episode similar to this. Initial laboratory results are shown:. In addition to ampicillin for otitis media and acetaminophen, this child also should receive which of the following?
Two weeks later the patient is brought to the office for a follow-up visit. Her mother says that she is doing well and she has had no recurrence of her symptoms.
Examination of the ears shows resolution of the otitis media. Which of the following is the most important diagnostic step at this time? The drug ad item format includes a rich stimulus presented in a manner commonly encountered by a physician, eg, as a printed advertisement in a medical journal. Examinees must interpret the presented material in order to answer questions on various topics, including.
The abstract item format includes a summary of an experiment or clinical investigation presented in a manner commonly encountered by a physician, eg, as an abstract that accompanies a research report in a medical journal. Examinees must interpret the abstract in order to answer questions on various topics, including.
You will manage one case at a time. Free-text entry of patient orders is the primary means for interacting with the format. At the beginning of each case, you will see the clinical setting, simulated case time, and introductory patient information. Photographs and sounds will not be provided. Normal or reference laboratory values will be provided with each report; some tests will be accompanied by a clinical interpretation. To manage patients using the Primum CCS software, it is essential that you complete the Primum tutorial and sample cases provided.
A brief description of the interface is provided in the Primum Tutorial. United States Medical Licensing Examination.
Exam Format Step 3 is a two-day examination. Clinical Settings The physician-patient encounters described in Step 3 multiple-choice items are usually associated with a setting in which the encounter first occurs. Clinical Encounter Frames Step 3 clinical encounter frames encompass several elements that are critical to the definition of a patient-physician encounter. These encounters may also include new problems arising in patients for whom a history is available.
Patient encounters characterized by continuing management of previously diagnosed clinical problems among patients known to the physician and seen principally in ambulatory settings. Encounters focused on health maintenance are located in this frame.
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