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Active involvement of patients in pharmacist education has a positive impact on students’ perspective: a pilot study

Abstract : Background: Patient-led education contributes to the implementation of practical experience of working with patients in health care professional curricula. There are few descriptions of patients' involvement in pharmacists' training and most often, the patients have been used as passive props to facilitate training. More recently, greater emphasis has been given to a more active form of patient involvement but the application in the curriculum of pharmacy has not been conceptualized. Thus, the aim of our study was to implement a workshop involving patients as partners in undergraduate pharmacy educational programme, and to evaluate its impact of on students' perspectives. Method: On a prospective observational study basis, the impact was assessed in terms of relevance, learning outcomes and achievement transfer using the Kirkpatrick training assessment method. In addition, we evaluated social representations of the students before and after the workshop.
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Caroline Hache, Stéphane Honoré, Guillaume Hache. Active involvement of patients in pharmacist education has a positive impact on students’ perspective: a pilot study. BMC Medical Education, BioMed Central, 2020, 20, ⟨10.1186/s12909-020-02241-y⟩. ⟨hal-02987712⟩

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