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Title: Knowledge of Alzheimer’s disease and training needs in final year medical and pharmacy students
Authors: Scerri, Charles
Keywords: Alzheimer's disease
Medical students
Pharmacy students
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: IAGG Global Aging Research Network
Citation: Scerri, C. (2017). Knowledge of Alzheimer’s disease and training needs in final year medical and pharmacy students. The Journal of Aging Research & Clinical Practice, 6, 9-13.
Abstract: Although a significant number of medical and pharmacy professionals come into contact with an increasing number of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, there is concern on the lack of knowledge and skills received during their undergraduate training programmes with the consequence of not providing the required hospital and community care for these individuals following programme completion. The aim of this report is to describe the results of a small scale study investigating the level of knowledge of Alzheimer’s disease and training needs in medical and pharmacy students at the end of their final year of undergraduate training. The findings indicated a lack of in-depth knowledge for both categories of students, in particular on risk factors and pharmacotherapeutic management highlighting an urgent need of refining existent training programmes that equip future medical and pharmacy professionals with the necessary skills in providing adequate care and management for individuals with the disease
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