An interprofessional pediatric prescribing workshop
Taylor, D., Yuen, S., Emond, A. and Hunt, L., 2012. An interprofessional pediatric prescribing workshop. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 76 (6), 111.
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Objective. To design, implement, and evaluate an interprofessional learning workshop on pediatric prescribing. Design. An interactive workshop on pediatric prescribing was designed and delivered by pediatricians and pharmacists to fourth-year medical and pharmacy students on 3 university campus settings. Students were assigned to either interprofessional workshop groups (pharmacy and medical students) or non-interprofessional workshop groups (medical students only). Assessment. Two hundred thirty students completed the workshops and 92% returned both the pre- and post-workshop questionnaires. Attitudes toward interprofessional learning significantly improved among students in the interprofessional workshop groups (p
|Creators||Taylor, D., Yuen, S., Emond, A. and Hunt, L.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Pharmacy & Pharmacology|
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