Abstract 89: Consultation skills: students' perspectives on simulation and technology-enhanced learning.

Herrera, H., Brown, D. and Portlock, J. (2009) Abstract 89: Consultation skills: students' perspectives on simulation and technology-enhanced learning. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 17 (S2). B82. 10.1211/096176709789037155.

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DOI: 10.1211/096176709789037155

Abstract

This study investigated pharmacy technicians’ perceptions of learning consultation skills following an innovative approach based on video-filmed simulated consultation scenarios with actors and the use of a virtual learning environment. �This research showed that, although this approach was initially perceived as artificial, it was considered more effective than a traditional lecture-based approach. �If consultation behaviours are to be improved to ensure consultations achieve their purpose, practical skills have to be taught and developed.

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Departments, units and centres:Department of Practice and Policy > Department of Practice and Policy
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Journal or Publication Title:International Journal of Pharmacy Practice
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