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By Sharon Haughey, PhD and Roisin O'Hare, DPharm
244 pagesTrim Size 5 13/16 X 8 1/4 inCopyright 2018$45.95, Paperback, Reference
Patient safety is now a very strong focus of pharmacy degrees. Competency-based evaluations of pharmacy students using simulated assessments including Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs) and Criterion Referenced Assessments (CRAs) are increasingly commonplace. These are designed to simulate aspects of real-life pharmacy practice in order to train students to integrate their knowledge of medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutics, therapeutics, legislation, clinical skills, numeracy, communication and empathy, and to test a student’s ability to provide safe and effective patient care.
This book provides a unique resource to support students and trainers in developing and practising these essential skills. It is designed as a useful resource for undergraduate students, clinical tutors and those involved in teaching students on pharmacy degree courses.
By Sharon Haughey, PhD, Senior Lecturer (Education), School of Pharmacy, Queen's University, Belfast, UK and Roisin O'Hare, DPharm, School of Pharmacy, Queen's University, Belfast, UK