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Preparing pharmacists through pharmacy education and training for a professional role serving their communities
R. Michael E. Richards
Experiences of designing and implementing
courses for the teaching and training of
pharmacists competent in working with
patients in the hospital and community
situation are related. Four courses in three
countries and continents, over a period
spanning 38 years, are briefly discussed. All
were in pioneering situations where no
precedent for such courses existed and
established career patterns for graduates
were weak or non-existent. Observations by
academics and practicing pharmacists of
course outcomes on both the practice of
pharmacy and the acceptance of course
graduate by other health care professionals
and patients indicated that the courses had
achieved their initial objectives. The courses
have been widely followed by other schools of
pharmacy. Initial and subsequent editions of
a textbook based on aspects taught on the
courses have been well received throughout
many parts of the world.
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