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Evaluation of methods for teaching and assessing undergraduate pharmacy students in a clinical placement

Freidank, A. and Hudson, S. and Kinnear, M. and Johnson, Julienne and Radziwill, R. (2009) Evaluation of methods for teaching and assessing undergraduate pharmacy students in a clinical placement. Pharmacy World and Science, 31 (1). p. 75. ISSN 0928-1231

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Abstract

ESCP 7th spring conference on clinical pharmacy, tackling inequalities in the delivery of pharmaceutical care, 16-19 May 2007, Edinburgh, UK. Since 2000 Clinical Pharmacy has been part of the curriculum of Pharmacy Education in Germany. The subject Clinical Pharmacy should be taught in seminars or workshops with suitable assessment methods. This project evaluated different methods for teaching and assessing undergraduate pharmacy students in a clinical placement. A three day intensive clinical pharmacy teaching programme had been delivered to a group of pharmacy students. The outcome of the students with different assessment methods had been evaluated.