Evaluating the Clinical Interventions of Students During Clerkships Using a Cognitive Services Claim Form

@inproceedings{Reddick2004EvaluatingTC,
  title={Evaluating the Clinical Interventions of Students During Clerkships Using a Cognitive Services Claim Form},
  author={Jason B. Reddick and John Ellis Murphy},
  year={2004}
}
In order to determine the extent and frequency of such events, ten fourth-year Doctor of Pharmacy candidates used a method of documentation to quantify their clinical interventions during two weeks each of three of four selected advanced pharmacy practice experiences between July 1997 and March 1998. Encounters (338) were documented and data collected at 27 clerkship sites. At least 64 percent of the recommendations corresponded with the resulting actions of physicians or staff. The average… CONTINUE READING

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