The Relationships between Approaches to Study in Higher Education and Life-long Learning Attributes in an Undergraduate Pharmacy Cohort

Authors

  • R Aggarwal University of London, London
  • Ian Bates University of London, London

Abstract

There is currently great interest in the concept of life—long learning (LLL) with this term being used frequently in science, education, industry and within health care provision. In the UK, the recent National Health Service white paper, ”The new NHS - modern and dependable”, (Department of Health,1998) proclaims life-long learning as one of its main tenets. However, LLL is not a new initiative. 

Author Biographies

R Aggarwal, University of London, London

Centre for Practice and Policy, School of Pharmacy

Ian Bates, University of London, London

Centre for Practice and Policy, School of Pharmacy

Published

01/01/2000

Issue

Section

Research Article