Elizabeth M. Urteaga

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Objective. To evaluate how effectively pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists communicate and apply knowledge to simulations of commonly encountered patient scenarios using an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE). Design. Second-, third-, and fourth-year pharmacy students completed an OSCE as part of their required courses in 2012 and(More)
Diabetes is a complex, chronic medical condition affecting 29.1 million people in the United States (9.3% of the population) and is projected to affect one in three Americans by 2050 if the current trend continues (1). Diabetes management can be challenging, often requiring multiple therapeutic agents as the disease progresses. Current guidelines recommend(More)
IN BRIEF Six million people with diabetes use insulin either alone or in combination with an oral medication. Many barriers exist that lead to poor adherence with insulin. However, there is an underwhelming amount of data on interventions to address these barriers and improve insulin adherence. Until pharmacological advancements create easier, more(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess content and criterion validity, as well as reliability of an internally developed, case-based, cumulative, high-stakes third-year Annual Student Assessment and Progression Examination (P3 ASAP Exam). METHODS Content validity was assessed through the writing-reviewing process. Criterion validity was assessed by comparing student scores(More)
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