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Collaborative learning based on new technologies in a community pharmacy network

  • At: 2018 FIP Congress in Glasgow (Scotland)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: VOLONTERIO, Carla (Farmashop, Pharmaceutical Area)
  • Co-author(s): Leticia Caligaris: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Leticia Caligaris: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Eliana Cabrera: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Andrea Contreras: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Silvio Fernàndez: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Rossina Figliolo: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Cecilia González: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Domitilla Graziani: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Lucìa Lueiro: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Mariana Rodriguez Arévalo: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Mariana Rodriguez Gabarrìn: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Virginia Rodriguez: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Carla Volonterio: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Roberto Acosta: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
    Clarisa Gorozurreta: Pharmaceutical Area, Farmashop, Montevideo, Uruguay
  • Abstract:

    Background

     The company’s challenge is to train more than 1300 employees distributed in 7 different provinces of       Uruguay.

     Information and communication technologies have played a key role in the learning process allowing the   implementation of new learning strategies in corporate training courses.

    Methods

    Training courses involve the use of

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Last update 13 May 2019

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