The influence of a patient-counseling course on the communication apprehension, outcome expectations, and self-efficacy of first-year pharmacy students.

@article{Rogers2012TheIO,
  title={The influence of a patient-counseling course on the communication apprehension, outcome expectations, and self-efficacy of first-year pharmacy students.},
  author={Erica R Rogers and Sean R. King},
  journal={American journal of pharmaceutical education},
  year={2012},
  volume={76 8},
  pages={
          152
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To evaluate first-year doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) students' communication apprehension, outcome expectations, and self-efficacy for communication over the duration of a 15-week patient-counseling course. DESIGN First-year PharmD students (n=94) were asked to complete a 47-item, self-administered questionnaire on 3 occasions over the duration of the Nonprescription Drugs/Patient-Counseling course during the fall 2009 and 2010 semesters. ASSESSMENT Eighty-seven of 94 students… CONTINUE READING

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