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The Study Guide is a comprehensive guide. We do not make representations that it is “everything” you might need. We strive to provide enough information to successfully pass the exam. Variations in each student’s knowledge and competency prevents us from predicting results. The Study Guide is not just a repeat of the laws and rules. There are questions to self-test and evaluate your knowledge. We always recommend reviewing the Board of Pharmacy’s website for any recent changes in laws as well as published statute and rules.
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The Florida Laws and Rules course is designed to educate readers about Federal and State laws that affect pharmacy practice including key sections of the Federal Controlled Substances law. The course includes information about penalties for violations of Federal pharmacy laws, and the benefits to patients when these laws are followed in practice. The course explains how Florida Statutes and Federal Laws conflict and/or complement one another and applies Federal Laws, Florida Statutes and Florida Administrative Rules in a pharmacy practice setting. The course concludes with the sample exam that will document to the Florida Board of Pharmacy the knowledge of all laws and rules affecting pharmacy practice in Florida, whether they are Federal or Florida laws/rules, and the application of these rules and laws in their practice settings.
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