No activity in last 7 days
July 12, 2002
Dear Pharmacy Technician/Student, & those studying for the PTCB exam:
I opened this site because it had become very difficult for people to find the original PTCB Study Group! that I began June 25, 2000 on www.forums.delphiforums.com/pharmacyptqa at discussion 163.1
It currently has 326 messages and posts. I have tutored & posted tutorials to this group since its inception free of charge. I also tutored from email@example.com
There is much information posted on the site owned by Ted Playle and I would like to thank him personally for allowing the PTCB Study Group! to have a home there since June 25,00. Ted you have been most gracious.
I would also like to thank Dora Henderson of Washington for her continued support of the study group and for her input. I hope that you Dora will continue to post here and to help field the answers.
(As of July 21,02 Dora has agreed to be my Group Moderator)
I invite all past tutorees to help field questions and to answer the areas of their expertise. I caution all of you to only attempt to answer what you know to be correct.
Here you will find many of the previous posts by others on the Delphi Pharmacy Technician Forum from June 25, 00 to July 31, 2002. You will also be encouraged to post your questions right here on line and to email me privately for private tutoring. To email me privately use RXJM2002@yahoo.com
More files at:
Good luck on your exam, on becoming a Certified Pharmacy Technician,
Jeanetta Mastron CPhT, BS Chemistry,
Pharmacy Technician Educator,
Member of AAPT, ASHP, CSHP, OCSHP, NPTA,
SCAPT Educational Co-Ordinator 1997-2000
NPTA Educator of the Year 2002,
NPTA's Todays Technician CE Editor, 2000 - 2004
CSHP Delegate 2001,2,3
Techlectures Technician of the Year 2005
AAPT Founder's Award 2009
- Drugs and Medications
- Jul 12, 2002
- This is a public group.
- Attachments are not permitted.
- Members cannot hide email address.
- Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
- Membership does not require approval.
- Messages from new members require approval.
- All members can post messages.