pharmacy education, technology, communication, telephone
Pharmacists utilize a myriad of communication methods to deliver patient care. One of the most prevalent communication methods is the telephone. The University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy created a novel instructional and assessment technique to enhance student pharmacist training experiences in telephonic communication within the PharmD curriculum.
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Grieve LB, Berenbrok LA, Pater KS. Using Your VOICE(S): Adding Telephonic Communication to Pharmacy Education. Inov Pharm. 2017;8(2): Article 18. http://pubs.lib.umn.edu/innovations/vol8/iss2/18.