A case study to evaluate the introduction of Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) within a School of Pharmacy

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O'Hare, Roisin 2014. A case study to evaluate the introduction of Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) within a School of Pharmacy. Thesis
AuthorsO'Hare, Roisin
Qualification namePhD
Abstract

Healthcare education is continually evolving to reflect therapeutic advances in patient management. Society demands assurances regarding the ongoing competence of HCPs including pharmacists. The use of OSCEs to evaluate competence of medical staff as well as nurses is well documented in the literature however evidence of its use with undergraduate pharmacy students is still sparse.

KeywordsObjective Structured Clinical Examination; Pharmacy; Undergraduate; Education; Qualitative methodology; case study; Documentary analysis
Year2014
PublisherUniversity of Derby
School of Health Science
Faculty of Education, Health and Science
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/337507
hdl:10545/337507
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Deposited22 Dec 2014, 14:13
Publication dates2014
ContributorsTownend, Michael (Advisor) and Ellis, Lorraine (Advisor)
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