Collaboration Between Pharmacy and Osteopathic Medicine to Teach via the Internet
The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association
This article describes the results of a survey from graduate pharmacy students who completed a neurology/psychiatry course taught by a pharmacist and an osteopathic physician via the Internet. Seventeen practicing pharmacists completed the 11-week course, and thirteen students completed the survey provided at the end of the course. Results indicated that students were pleased with the course. Mean evaluation scores ranged from 4.31 to 4.77 on a five-point scale. Additionally, students indicated that the collaboration of medicine and pharmacy provided an educational model that should be duplicated for future courses.
Medical education, internet, osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, adult, computer-assisted instruction, cooperative behavior, data collection, education, medical, undergraduate education, educational measurement, female, humans, internet, interprofessional relations, male, Ohio
Sweeney, Marc A. and Schuster, Melita L., "Collaboration Between Pharmacy and Osteopathic Medicine to Teach via the Internet" (2000). Pharmacy Practice Faculty Publications. 57.