Impact of an interprofessional communication course on nursing, medical, and pharmacy students' communication skill self-efficacy beliefs.

@article{Hagemeier2014ImpactOA,
  title={Impact of an interprofessional communication course on nursing, medical, and pharmacy students' communication skill self-efficacy beliefs.},
  author={Nicholas E Hagemeier and Rick Hess and Kyle S. Hagen and Emily L. Sorah},
  journal={American journal of pharmaceutical education},
  year={2014},
  volume={78 10},
  pages={
          186
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To describe an interprofessional communication course in an academic health sciences center and to evaluate and compare interpersonal and interprofessional communication self-efficacy beliefs of medical, nursing, and pharmacy students before and after course participation, using Bandura's self-efficacy theory as a guiding framework. DESIGN First-year nursing (n=36), first-year medical (n=73), and second-year pharmacy students (n=83) enrolled in an interprofessional communication… CONTINUE READING

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