Monash Pharmacy Education Symposium 2011 “Pharmacy curriculum: teaching today for tomorrow’s practice”Written by: J. Archer, Stephen Moss, L. Sahm, D. Reid, K. Maddock, J. Burrows, K. Winckel, K. Whitfield, J. Bond, C. Manathunga, C. Steel, N. Shaw, Martin Henman, T. O'Connor, N. B. Peters, C. Lynch, I. D. Coombes, J. A. Coombes, E. Lum, Andrew Brown, Gabrielle M. Cooper, B. Gilbert, A. Shield, C. Taylor, T. Paraidathathu, J. Jamal, N. Azmi, Sarah Willis, Karen Hassell, S. Chua, S. Sim, M. Mohamed, C. Tan, P. Lai, S. Othman, S. Glaspole, S. Jarman, Sian Williams, R. Wilson, D. John, S. Coulman, C. Browne, Tarlochan Gill, Bugewa Apampa, S. Caliph, H. Wozniak, D. Fagan, P. Dettwiller, Paul M. Rutter, Gregory J. Duncan, , E. Schafheutle, Darren Ashcroft, Jason Hall, J. Harrison, C. Noble, M. O'Brien, L. Nissen, P. Shaw, L. Emmerton, Therése Kairuz, R. Ahmed, A. Manfrin, M. Keating, L. Gallagher, X. Shi, P. Kambay, Rosemin Kassam, J. To, D. Guidone, M. Ward, M. Wiese, C. Kirkpatrick, Z. Kong, P. Rangachari, L. Hughes, L. Moore • December 14 2011• Volume 11 - Issue 1•
The following abstracts have been peer reviewed and appear in the attached PDF for the Monash Pharmacy Education Symposium 2011 which took place 11th – 13th July 2011, Prato, Italy:
P1 Harmonizing pharmacy clinical competency for students and professionals
Archer J, Beck D, Moss S, Sahm L, Ried D.
P2 The use of Tri-Partite Problem Solving Exercises (TRIPSEs) in the assessment of clinical therapeutics on the Keele MPharm
P3 Outcomes of a structured clinical placement as part of the curriculum for international students in a postgraduate clinical pharmacy program
Burrows J, Winckel K, Whitfield K.
P4 Academic performance and diversity demographics in undergraduate pharmacy students at an Australian university
Bond J, Manathunga C, Steel C, Shaw N.
P5 An orientation and learning skills course for first year undergraduates
Henman M, O’Connor T.
P6 Competencies, pharmaceutical care and education
Henman M. (on behalf of Workshop 3, 6th PCNE Working Conference 2009).
P7 An Australian and Sri Lankan collaboration in clinical pharmacy: “It’s not just cricket”
Peters NB, Lynch CB, Coombes I, Coombes J, Lum E.
P8 Pharmacy curriculum development – innovations in competency mapping
Brown A, Cooper G, Gilbert, B, Shield A, Taylor C.
P9 Assessment of the competencies of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia pharmacy graduates
Paraidathathu T, Jamal JA, Azmi N.
P10 Science and practice – Can informal learning explain differences between students’ perceptions of the content of undergraduate pharmacy education in Great Britain?
Willis S, Hassell K.
P11 Interprofessional learning on prescribing skills – Do the undergraduates support this?
Chua SS, Sim SM, Mohamed M, Tan CH, Lai PSM, Othman S.
P12 The development of a medicines-based diagnostic numeracy tool for first year pharmacy students
Glaspole S, Jarman S, Williams S, Wilson R, John D, Coulman S.
P14 A cross sectional study exploring the views of tutors and students on a written reflective assignment undertaken as part of a post-graduate MSc in clinical pharmacy
Browne C, Hodson K.
P15 Can SimMan be used to teach pharmacokinetics?
Gill T, Apampa B.
P16 An innovative teaching environment for today and tomorrow learning: virtual cleanrooms to prepare sterile medicines
P17 A learning design for collaborative group work: The CDU wiki experience
Wozniak H, Fagan D, Dettwiller P.
P18 Curriculum innovations in a Master of Pharmacy Course within a Faculty of Health: Does integration improve the learning and contextualisation of professional knowledge and behaviours?
P19 Training the undergraduate clinical teacher – sustainability in delivery of clinical curricula in Sri Lanka
Coombes J, Peters N, Lynch C, Lum E, Coombes I.
O1 Student views on professionalism: an international perspective
Rutter P, Duncan G.
O2 Accreditation standards for a workplace based pharmacist intern training programme
O3 Intended professionalism learning during the UK undergraduate curriculum: teaching today for tomorrow’s practice
Schafheutle EI, Hassell K, Ashcroft DM, Hall J, Harrison S.
O4 Ethical issues in practice: a challenge for continuing professional development
O5 Experiencing the pharmacy curriculum: results of an observational study
Noble C,O’Brien M, Nissen L, Coombes I, Shaw PN.
O6 A curriculum renewal project that blends on-campus and online learning
Dettwiller P, Wozniak H.
O7 Fostering confidence in communication skills among culturally and linguistically diverse students
Bond J, Emmerton L, Kairuz T.
O8 Improving pharmacy students’ confidence in pharmaceutical calculations: a longitudinal study of two cohorts
Coulman S, Ahmed R, John D.
O9 Bridging the gap between aseptic preparation and potential clinical consequences
Manfrin A, Keating M, Gallagher L, Shi X, Khambay P, Apampa B.
O10 An advanced pharmacy practice experience in residential care facilities
O11 Teaching therapeutics at the bedside
To J, Guidone D, Ward M, Wiese M.
O12 Postgraduate clinical pharmacy students’ perceptions of the current curriculum and the proposed inclusion of a work based competency development framework on clinical performance
Burrows J, Coombes I, Kirkpatrick C.
O13 Are MPharm students prepared for their final year research project? The views from one UK school of pharmacy
John D, Kong Z, Coulman S.
O14 Process oriented assessment of individual and group learning
Maddock K, Rangachari PK.
O15 Teaching pharmacy students critical appraisal skills: is an interactive approach more effective?
O16 Reflection on clinical experiences today, for tomorrow’s practice
Wozniak H, Moore L, Dettwiller P.
For full manuscript refer to PDF download.