Strengthening relationships between pharmacy faculty members and clinical training sites

Ray, Max D.; Boucher, Bradley A.
September 2010
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;9/15/2010, Vol. 67 Issue 18, p1558
Academic Journal
In this article the authors discuss a study by researchers of College of Pharmacy at the University of Tennessee in Memphis, Tennessee, on integration of college's faculty into clinical training centers. They discuss about the models developed by the researchers to study the effectiveness of deploying clinical pharmacy educators as practitioners. They comment that the pharmacy teachers should be provided opportunities for clinical practice at clinical training sites.


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