Abstract 24: Pharmacy technicians' perceptions of Foundation degrees: a qualitative study.

Herrera, H., Brown, D. and Portlock, J. (2009) Abstract 24: Pharmacy technicians' perceptions of Foundation degrees: a qualitative study. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 17 (S2). B22. 10.1211/096176709789037146.

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DOI: 10.1211/096176709789037146

Abstract

� This study investigated the views of pharmacy technicians from hospital, primary care trust and community pharmacy on Foundation degrees. � A qualitative exploration determined that participants saw Foundation degrees as a vehicle for the development of the roles of pharmacy technicians and, within this study, common experiences related to achieving this were shared. � Favourable changes to self-esteem and approach to practice were identified based on the new skills and knowledge gained.

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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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