STUDENTS’ LEARNING EXPERIENCES IN PHARMACY: A GLOBAL SURVEY
- At: 2015 FIP Congress in Düsseldorf (Germany)
- Type: Presentation
- By: ARAKAWA, Naoko (University College London School of Pharmacy, FIP Collaborating Centre, Research Department of Practice and Policy, London, United Kingdom)
One of desired outcomes of Initial Pharmacy Education (IPE) is to supply competent graduates to meet complex healthcare demands. Students’ Approaches to Learning (AL) and Learning Experiences (LE) are one of determinants of the quality of educational systems. This study aimed to map global patterns of students’ AL and LE in IPE.
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