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Vol 4, No 4 (2004) Comparison of Dutch and Czech Systems of Pharmacy Studies Pavla Sramkova, Lolkje T.W. De Jong-Van Den Berg, Anneke P.W.M. Oerlemans Abstract   PDF
Vol 18 (2018) Comparison of the Effectiveness of Three Educational Methods (E-Learning, Lectures and Blended) on Pharmacy Students' Knowledge of Non-prescription Drugs Leila Kouti, Zahra Aghsam, Mehdi Sayyah Bargard, Mohammad Reza Javadi, Maryam Aghakouchakzadeh, Kaveh Eslami Abstract   PDF
Vol 6, No 4 (2006) Computer-based, online summative assessment in undergraduate pharmacy teaching: The Manchester experience Harmesh Aojula, Jill Barber, Rod Cullen, Julie Andrews Abstract   PDF
Vol 17 (2017) Content delivery models influence class preparation, study habits, and preferences Jaekyu Shin, Tina P Brock Abstract   PDF
Vol 8 (2008) Continuing education programs for pharmacists: No one size fits all Annelies Driesen, Steven Simoens, Gert Laekeman Abstract   PDF
Vol 3, No 3 (2003) Corporate Pharmacy: Implications for the Pharmacy Profession, Researchers and Teachers* Kevin M.G. Taylor, Geoffrey Harding Abstract   PDF
Vol 18 (2018) Country Report: Pharmacy education and practice in the context of Mongolia Gereltuya Dorj, Bruce Vivian Sunderland, Tsetsegmaa Sanjjav, Byambatsogt Gendenragchaa, Gantuya Dorj, Delia Hendrie, Richard Parsons Abstract   PDF
Vol 5, No 2 (2005) Course-related extra curricular activities of M. Pharm undergraduatestudents at the University of Portsmouth David Brown, Asmita Sautreau, Tina Soobiah, Mohammed Ali, Mahboob Ahmed, Sarfraiz Hussain Abstract   PDF
Vol 18 (2018) Creating a desired future for pharmacy education and professional practice in Argentina: Summary of a planning workshop Maria Eugenia Olivera, Henri R Manasse Jr, Liliana Paola Alarcón- Ramírez, Monica Cristina García, Maria Laura Guzmán, Laura Carolina Luciani-Giacobbe, Norma Graciela Maggia, Maria Celeste Palena, Sonia Andrea Naeko Uema Abstract   PDF
Vol 14 (2014) Creating International Opportunities in the Classroom Kerry K Fierke, Margarette L Kading, Doneka R Scott Abstract   PDF
Vol 18 (2018) Cultural influences on pharmacy student engagement in a global university Kim San Tang, Jasmine M Y Loo, Cai Lian Tam, Shaun Wen Huey Lee Abstract   PDF
Vol 16 (2016) Current and former students’ views on two different methods of classroom-based teaching in pharmaceutical care: University of Namibia Francis Kalemeera, Ester Naikaku, Mwangana Mubita, Dan Kibuule Abstract   PDF
Vol 5, No 2 (2005) Cytochrome P450 1A2 phenotyping for student laboratories Sandra Priller, Matthias Unger, Ulrike Holzgrabe Abstract   PDF
Vol 18 (2018) Deep approach to learning of pharmacy students: A multilevel analysis Chamipa Phanudulkitti, Karen B Farris, Pattrawadee Makmee, Tanattha Kittisopee Abstract   PDF
Vol 16 (2016) De-mystifying science: Engaging the community to make a difference David G Allison Abstract   PDF
Vol 2, No 1 (2002) Description and Assessment of an Early Curriculum to Teach Pharmacy Students Caring Behaviours Kimberley A. Galt, Ronald Markert Abstract   PDF
Vol 10 (2010) Design and Evaluation of a “Pharmacists in Schools” Community Outreach Programme: A Pilot Study. Ryan F Donnelly, Paul J McCague, Helen McPhillips, Gavin Graham, Luc Belaid, Johane Barry, James C McElnay Abstract   PDF
Vol 18 (2018) Design and evaluation of a pharmacist tutor training programme Gillian Knott, Linda Crane, Ian Heslop, Beverley Glass Abstract   PDF
Vol 18 (2018) Design and implementation of a faculty-student engagement programme in an entry-to-practice Doctor of Pharmacy programme Patricia Gerber Abstract   PDF
Vol 16 (2016) Design and implementation of an integrated medication management curriculum in an entry-to-practice doctor of pharmacy program Peter Shane Loewen, Patricia Gerber, James McCormack, Glenda MacDonald Abstract   PDF
Vol 1, No 4 (2001) Determining the Influence of Formal Postgraduate Education on the Career Commitment of Hospital Pharmacists Sakeb Hussain, Ian Bates Abstract   PDF
Vol 17 (2017) Developing a model for teaching and learning clinical pharmacy components of the pharmacy curriculum in Nigeria Titilayo Oyelola Fakeye, Rasaq Adisa, Wilson O Erhun Abstract   PDF
Vol 7, No 3 (2007) Developing a way to improve communication between healthcare professionals in secondary care Kristina Åström, Catherine Duggan, Ian Bates Abstract   PDF
Vol 12 (2012) Developing medicines supply competency in Pacific Island Countries: A needs-based approach to education Andrew Brown, Coralie McCormack, Gabrielle M Cooper, Nerida Smith Abstract   PDF
Vol 1, No 4 (2001) Developing the Pharmacy Curriculum in a Hungarian Faculty Istvan Antal, Peter Matyus, Sylvia Marton, Zoltan Vincze Abstract   PDF

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