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Implementation of a Health Screening Training Process for Second and Third Year Pharmacy Students
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|Title:||Implementation of a Health Screening Training Process for Second and Third Year Pharmacy Students|
|Contributors:||Kim, Michelle (instructor)|
Prudencio, Jarred (instructor)
Health screening training
|Date Issued:||10 Apr 2018|
|Abstract:||Student pharmacists at the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy (DKICP) at the University of Hawaii at Hilo frequently participate in community health screening events led by various student organizations. The objective of this study was to evaluate student retention of knowledge of counseling points regarding common community disease states after a standardized health screening training process, measured by a change in scores of a multiple-choice
assessment. This study was to assess how effective this training was based on student knowledge retained over the course of the academic year.
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