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Journal of Asian Association of Schools of Pharmacy
 

Novel use of adaptive exam in university education Pharmacy trial  Research Paper 

Ali Almuqdadi*1, Joman Mahmod2, Maysam Mohammad1, Sabrine Abusnieneh1
1 The University of Jordan, Amman, 11942, Queen Rania Street, Jordan.
2 Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Manchester, NH, 1260 Elm Street, USA.
 

Abstract

    Objectives:
We conducted a preliminary CAT as a pilot study to be developed and considered for implemented as a certified worldwide exam in pharmacy faculties in the future.
Method:
Out faculty of Pharmacy developed and applied a CAT in the psychiatric clerkship. CAT has been implemented at the end of clerkship as an additional bonus exam and as a pilot study for considering such exam at our faculty in the future.
Results:
In general, there is a positive attitude of pharmacy students towards CAT. Most students were satisfied about different evaluation points related to this exam.
Conclusion:
This preliminary CAT study showed positive attitudes among pharmacy students towards this type of exam. This result indicates that this preliminary conducted exam can be developed in the future to be sophistically implemented in pharmacy faculties as it has been successfully conducted in other disciplines.
 



Keywords

1 CAT
2 Educational assessment
3 PharmD
4 Psychiatry clerkship



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JAASP Volume 6
January - December, 2017

Page: 015-018


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