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Vol. 10 (2010)
Vol. 10 (2010)
Learning sessions on critical appraisal of randomised clinical trials: Student feedback
PR Shankar, P Subish (Author)
Advances in Pharmaceutical Education: An Experience with the Development and Implementation of an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) in an Undergraduate Pharmacy Program
Ahmed Awaisu, Mohamad Haniki Nik Mohamed (Author)
Difficulty and discrimination indices as quality assurance tools for assessments in a South African problem-based pharmacy programme
Sophia Fourie, Beverley Summers, Monika Zweygarth (Author)
Assessment of an Elective in Antibacterial Pharmacotherapy
Paul P Belliveau, Ronald Debellis, Gary R Tataronis, Courtney I Jarvis, Michael J Steinberg (Author)
Choosing to study pharmacy: measuring influences and motivations
J Jesson, C Langley, K Wilson (Author)
Learning with other health professions in the United Kingdom MPharm degree: multidisciplinary and placement education.
C Langley, K Wilson, J Jesson (Author)
The Relationship Between Learning Styles, Attendance and Academic Performance of Pharmacy Undergraduates
Shahireh Sharif, Larry A Gifford, Gareth A Morris, Jill Barber (Author)
The academic value of a class test in a pharmacy undergraduate curriculum
H M Er, P C K Pook (Author)
Early Experiences of Interdisciplinary Learning: A Framework for Professional Learning for the Future?
P M Rutter, L Bayliss-Pratt (Author)
Pharmacy Education Quality Assurance in China: Moving Towards a National Accreditation System?
Xiaoyuan Xu, Xiaming Wu, Jiping Wang, Andrew K Davey (Author)
Improving pharmacy education at the Public Faculties of Pharmacy in Jordan: Students’ experience and expectations
M Wazaify, A Albsoul-Younes, N Hakooz (Author)
Student perceptions of group function in a pharmacy Problem-Based Learning course
Jennifer Silverthorne (Author)
Using focus groups to develop the curriculum for a palliative cancer care online educational programme for community pharmacists.
Safeera Y Hussainy, Jennifer L Marriott, Jill Beattie, Michael J Dooley, Roger L Nation (Author)
Teaching health promotion in real-life settings: A method for small groups
M Ellis-Martin, S Williams, A Macadam (Author)
Promotion and enhancement of communication and discussion skills through clinical pharmacy courses taught in English at a Japanese School of Pharmacy
Eiichi Akaho, Sari Nakagawa, Michael Katz (Author)
Influence of student characteristics on satisfaction with pharmacy course.
Rita Laaksonen, I Gunasekaran, R Holland, J Leung, A Patel, J Shah (Author)
Do Pharmacy Graduates Possess the Necessary Professional Skills?
Christopher A Langley, Sonita Aheer (Author)
Pharmacy professionalism: A systematic analysis of contemporary literature (1998-2009).
Sarah Wilson, Ann Tordoff, Gordon Beckett (Author)
Introduction of a Pharmaceutical Calculations Strategy to First Year MPharm Students
Paul Rutter, A Watts (Author)
A NOVEL VISUALLY-DISPLAYED TEST FOR ASSESSING NUMERICAL SKILLS IN PHARMACY UNDERGRADUATES
G Hitch, D West, R Jee, R Foulsham, B Pearce (Author)
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 (Author)
Pharmacy Student Perceptions and Feedback on the Modified Objective Structured Clinical Examination
Muhannad R M Salih, Mohd Baidi Bahari, Syed Azhar, Syed Sulaimam, Azmi Sarriff, Sarmed N Yaseen, Yelly Oktavia Sari (Author)
Inventory of the employment possibilities for Bachelors of Pharmacy in the Netherlands
Irma Meijerman, Hetty Grunefeld, Fred Schobben, Andries Koster, Paul Belliveau (Author)
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