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Title: A Study on How Industrial Pharmacists Rank Competences for Pharmacy Practice: A Case for Industrial Pharmacy Specialization
Authors: Atkinson, Jeffrey
Paepe, Kristien
Sánchez-Pozo, Antonio
Rekkas, Dimitrios
Volmer, Daisy
Hirvonen, Jouni
Bozic, Borut
Skowron, Agnieska
Mircioiu, Constantin
Marcincal, Annie
Koster, Andries
Wilson, Keith
Schravendijk, Chris
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: This paper looks at the way in which industrial pharmacists rank the fundamental competences for pharmacy practice. European industrial pharmacists (n = 135) ranked 68 competences for practice, arranged into 13 clusters of two types (personal and patient care). Results show that, compared to community pharmacists (n = 258), industrial pharmacists rank competences centering on research, development and production of drugs higher, and those centering on patient care lower. Competences centering on values, communication skills, etc. were ranked similarly by the two groups of pharmacists. These results are discussed in the light of the existence or not of an “industrial pharmacy” specialization.
Publisher: MDPI
Keywords: Education
Specialization
Practice
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/45006
ISSN: 2226-4787
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
Citation: Atkinson, J. [et al]. A Study on How Industrial Pharmacists Rank Competences for Pharmacy Practice: A Case for Industrial Pharmacy Specialization. Pharmacy 2016, 4, 13. [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/45006]
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