Simulation-based learning and assessment for hospital pharmacy service experience among final year pharmacy students in Malaysia

Innovation in experiential learning or assessment

Authors

  • N.I.M. Nazar International Islamic University Malaysia
  • M.H. Elnaem International Islamic University Malaysia
  • N.S.A. Rahman Department of Pharmacy Practice, Kulliyyah of Pharmacy

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46542/pe.2020.202.2526

Keywords:

Experiential Learning Methods, Assessment, Malaysia

Abstract

This case study reports on the simulation-based learning initiative to replace experiential learning in an actual hospital pharmacy setting, namely Outpatient and Inpatient Pharmacy Services. The report describes the teaching and learning as well as the assessment components given to the students in a Malaysian setting.

Author Biographies

N.I.M. Nazar, International Islamic University Malaysia

Department of Pharmacy Practice, Kulliyyah of Pharmacy

M.H. Elnaem, International Islamic University Malaysia

Department of Pharmacy Practice, Kulliyyah of Pharmacy

N.S.A. Rahman, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Kulliyyah of Pharmacy

International Islamic University Malaysia

References

Lateef, F. (2010). Simulation-based learning: Just like the real thing. Journal of emergencies, trauma, and shock, 3(4), 348–352. https://doi.org/10.4103/0974-2700.70743

Veettil, S.K., & Rajiah, K. (2016). Use Of Simulation In Pharmacy Practice And Implementation In Undergraduate Pharmacy Curriculum In India. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 8(7), 1-5. Available at: https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijpps/article/view/8262

Published

06/09/2020

Issue

Section

COVID-19 Case Study