The Impact of a Standalone, Patient-centered Communication Course Series on Student Achievement, Preparedness, and Attitudes.

@article{Trujillo2016TheIO,
  title={The Impact of a Standalone, Patient-centered Communication Course Series on Student Achievement, Preparedness, and Attitudes.},
  author={Jennifer M Trujillo and Chelsea D McNair and Sunny Anne Linnebur and C. Araceli Arellano Valdez and Toby C. Trujillo},
  journal={American journal of pharmaceutical education},
  year={2016},
  volume={80 10},
  pages={
          174
        }
}
Objective. To evaluate the impact of a standalone, patient-centered communication (PCC) course series on student achievement of and perceived preparedness for PCC skills and to assess student attitudes regarding learning methods used. Design. During curriculum renewal, a standalone PCC course series that integrated horizontally and vertically within the curriculum was developed. Student achievement of outcomes was evaluated by aggregate performance on simulated evaluations. Students who… CONTINUE READING
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