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Title: Experiential clinical rotations for students following a doctorate in pharmacy course
Authors: Grech, Louise
Cassar, Kathlene
Agius, Ruth
Cutajar, Anthony
Falzon, Stephen
Serracino-Inglott, Anthony
Azzopardi, Lilian M.
Keywords: Pharmacy -- Study and teaching (Graduate) -- Malta
Clinical medicine -- Study and teaching (Graduate) -- Malta
Experiential learning -- Study and teaching (Graduate) -- Malta
Medicine -- Study and teaching (Preceptorship)
University of Malta. Faculty of Medicine and Surgery. Department of Pharmacy
University of Illinois at Chicago. College of Pharmacy
Issue Date: 2017-05
Publisher: University of Malta. Department of Pharmacy
Citation: Grech, L., Cassar, K., Agius, R., Cutajar, A., Falzon, S., Serracino Inglott, A., & Azzopardi, L. M. (2017, May). Experiential clinical rotations for students following a doctorate in pharmacy course. Poster session presented at the EAFP Annual Conference, Helsinki, Finland.
Abstract: A poster presentation regarding experiential clinical rotations for students following a doctorate in pharmacy course. Introduction: The three year post-graduate doctorate in pharmacy course is designed to stimulate the profession towards innovation and leadership incorporating evidence-based medicine and medical informatics into the medication use process. The course includes advanced experiential clinical rotations in the second and third year of the course, which are run within a collaborative framework between the Department of Pharmacy at the University of Malta, the College of Pharmacy of the University of Illinois, Chicago and the Department of Pharmacy at Mater Dei Hospital, a public acute general hospital. Aim: To develop an advanced experiential clinical rotation providing a comprehensive understanding of medication use process within an acute hospital setting.
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