Pharmacy student absenteeism and academic performance.

  title={Pharmacy student absenteeism and academic performance.},
  author={Levita Hidayat and Sandeep S. Vansal and Esther Lee Kim and Maureen O Sullivan and Rebecca L Salbu},
  journal={American journal of pharmaceutical education},
  volume={76 1},
OBJECTIVES To assess the association of pharmacy students' personal characteristics with absenteeism and academic performance. METHODS A survey instrument was distributed to first- (P1) and second-year (P2) pharmacy students to gather characteristics including employment status, travel time to school, and primary source of educational funding. In addition, absences from specific courses and reasons for not attending classes were assessed. Participants were divided into "high" and "low… CONTINUE READING
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