Developing Pharmacy Student Communication Skills through Role-Playing and Active Learning
To evaluate the impact on pharmacy students of a communication course, which used role-playing to develop active-learning skills. Students role-playing pharmacists in patient care scenarios were critiqued by students and pharmacist faculty members. Written skills were evaluated using student written critique questionnaires. Students completed precourse and postcourse self-assessment surveys. Preceptor evaluations were analyzed for course impact. Students demonstrated improvement in oral skills based on role-play scores The average score based on the student questionnaire was 9.
The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education is pleased to offer electronic publication of accepted manuscripts prior to print publication. However, they have not been copyedited. Any copyediting changes to an article will be reflected in the final electronic version appearing in the Journal. The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education editor and staff are not responsible or liable for the use of any potentially inaccurate or misleading data, opinion, or information that may be contained within the articles found in the publication ahead-of-print section of the AJPE website. To study the perceptions that advanced pharmacy practice experience APPE students whose first or best language is not English have regarding their writing skills and the APPE writing experience, and to study the perceptions and experiences that APPE preceptors have about the writing skills of students whose first or best language is not English.
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This text focuses on developing, improving, enhancing, and mastering the skills needed to communicate clearly and effectively in any pharmacy practice setting, including authentic medical and pharmacy vocabulary, pronunciation, listening comprehension, authentic pharmacist-patient dialogues, idiomatic language, and pharmacy writing. Chapters cover all the major body systems and offer a variety of interactive exercises and instruction to help readers master essential communication skills. Each chapter begins with a quick pre-assessment quiz and ends with a post-asssessment quiz. A companion Website will include the fully searchable text, electronic flash cards, and audio exercises such as pronunciation, dictation, and pharmacist-patient dialogues. By Miriam Diaz-Gilbert MEd Description This text focuses on developing, improving, enhancing, and mastering the skills needed to communicate clearly and effectively in any pharmacy practice setting, including authentic medical and pharmacy vocabulary, pronunciation, listening comprehension, authentic pharmacist-patient dialogues, idiomatic language, and pharmacy writing.
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