Community and Global Health (CGU)
Medical Education | Medicine and Health Sciences | Pharmacy Administration, Policy and Regulation | Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Over the past decade, dramatic changes have occurred in the education of pharmacists. A significant factor in this change has been the introduction of clinical pharmacy. The emerging role of the clinical pharmacist has forced educators to take a second look at the relevance of the pharmacy curriculum. In fact, many of the pharmacy disciplines have re-oriented their specific knowledge objectives to meet the needs of today's clinical practitioners.
© 1978 American Assocation of Colleges of Pharmacy. Posted with permission.
Bootman, J.L., & Johnson, C.A. Attitudes of doctor of pharmacy students toward the application of social and administrative pharmacy in clinical practice. Am J Pharm Educ, 42, 37-40, 1978.