EFFECT OF DURATION OF CLINICAL EXPOSURE TO MENTALLY ILL PATIENTS ON PHARMACY STUDENTS’ STIGMATIZING VIEWS
- At: 2015 FIP Congress in Düsseldorf (Germany)
- Type: Poster
- By: CATES, Marshall (Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Practice, Birmingham, United States)
- Co-author(s): Marshall Cates
Results from research studies have suggested that clinical exposure of pharmacy students to mentally ill patients fails to improve their attitudes toward mental illness.
Two stigmatization scales – one for schizophrenia and one for depression – were administered on the first and last days of a psychiatric clinical rotation over the course of two.. The access to the whole abstract and the presentation file is available to FIP members and to congress participants of that specific congress.