The design and evaluation of a simulated-patient teaching programme to develop the consultation skills of undergraduate pharmacy students.

James, D., Nastasic, S., Horne, R. and Davies, G. (2001) The design and evaluation of a simulated-patient teaching programme to develop the consultation skills of undergraduate pharmacy students. Pharmacy World and Science, 23 (6). pp. 212-216.

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Abstract

This study has shown that the use of a structured teaching programme improves students' perceptions of their ability and confidence in conducting an effective consultation. Providing skills training around the consultation process, using simulated patients, provides pharmacists with a good framework around which to practice pharmaceutical care.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Concordance Consultation skills Patient compliance Patient simulated teaching Skills training
Departments, units and centres:Department of Practice and Policy > Centre for Behavioural Medicine
ID Code:2206
Journal or Publication Title:Pharmacy World and Science
Deposited By:Library Staff
Deposited On:17 Jun 2011 12:53
Last Modified:17 Jun 2011 12:59

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