Students' perceptions of a non-traditional vocational placement: a pilot study
- At: 2014 FIP Congress in Bangkok (Thailand)
- Type: Poster
- By: PAGE, Amy (University of Western Australia, Western Australian Centre for Rural Health, Geraldton, Australia)
Interprofessional placements have been shown to improve students' teamwork, communication skills, and knowledge of the roles different health professions play.
Methods Pharmacy students had a two-week non-traditional rural placement, and spent one day with each of: day therapy unit, continence nurse, wound care nurse, medication review.. The access to the whole abstract and the presentation file is available to FIP members and to congress participants of that specific congress.