Using Your VOICE(S): Adding Telephonic Communication to Pharmacy Education

  • Lorin B Grieve University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
  • Lucas A Berenbrok University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
  • Karen S Pater University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
Keywords: pharmacy education, technology, communication, telephone

Abstract

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.

Conflict of Interest

We declare no conflicts of interest or financial interests that the authors or members of their immediate families have in any product or service discussed in the manuscript, including grants (pending or received), employment, gifts, stock holdings or options, honoraria, consultancies, expert testimony, patents and royalties

 

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Published
2017-06-28
Section
Education