Monday, 6. August 2012
Professionalism in pharmacy education is the report of a study conducted by Dr. Ellen Schafheutle, professor of law and Professionalism in Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Manchester, UK. The study is one of three commissioned by the PPRT to investigate different areas of professional pharmacy.Evidence was found for the importance of role models, especially those who are not pharmacists, but also to maintain a patient against his throat. However, learning professionals are informed and influenced by several factors, including the experience of the practice, often part-time and summer jobs. Even if it is outside of the degree of organization degree, experience about the professionalism of these can still be incorporated in school education, the report said.
Professional teaching and learning needs to be built, land and longitudinally throughout the curriculum four years of pharmacy indicates a research report published by the Pharmacy Practice Research Trust . You should start the first day of practice, and increasingly more professional over the years to the elements 3 and 4 of MPharm course.
Students and teachers expressed the difficulty of defining professionalism in the field of medicine in a clear and concise. For the most part, seems more explicit concept implicitly, that is to say you know when he sees it, according to a study in English schools of pharmacy.
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