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Influence of student characteristics on satisfaction with pharmacy course


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Laaksonen, R., Gunasekaran, I., Holland, R., Leung, J., Patel, A. and Shah, S., 2010. Influence of student characteristics on satisfaction with pharmacy course. Pharmacy Education, 10.

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Objectives: To describe how characteristics of newly graduated pharmacy students may influence their perceptions of, and satisfactions with, an undergraduate pharmacy course.Methods: In 2007, a piloted postal questionnaire based on the National Student Survey (NSS), which is administered to final year undergraduate students in all universities in England and Northern Ireland and in some in Scotland and Wales, was sent to all 98 pharmacy pre-registration students who had newly graduated from a UK university.Results: A response rate of 52% was achieved; 84% of the respondents were satisfied with the quality of the course. Characteristics, such as reasons for choosing to study pharmacy and selecting the university, country of origin and language background influenced satisfaction.Conclusion: Characteristics may influence students’satisfaction with an undergraduate pharmacy course; further research is required into how the expectations of students may be managed and courses enhanced.

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsLaaksonen, R., Gunasekaran, I., Holland, R., Leung, J., Patel, A. and Shah, S.
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DepartmentsFaculty of Science > Pharmacy & Pharmacology
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code20062

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