Competencies for the provision of comprehensive medication management services in an experiential learning project
© 2017 Mendonça et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Objective: To understand students’ and tutors’ perceptions of the development of clinical competencies for the delivery of comprehensive medication management services in an experiential learning project linked to a Brazilian school of pharmacy. Methods: An autoethnographic qualitative study was carried out based on participant observation, focus groups and individual interviews with students and tutors involved in an experiential learning project. Results: The study revealed the development of competencies related to the philosophy of practice, the pharmacotherapy workup of drug therapy and interprofessional relationships. Conclusions: The experiential learning project contributed to the professional development of pharmacy students in pharmaceutical care practice, pointing to its potential benefits for incorporation into professional pharmacy curricula.
Mendonça, Simone de Araújo Medina; De Freitas, Erika Lourenço; and De Oliveira, Djenane Ramalho, "Competencies for the provision of comprehensive medication management services in an experiential learning project" (2017). Regis University Faculty Publications. 316.