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- Tags: Professional development
Assessment of Impostor Phenomenon in Student Pharmacists and Faculty at Two Doctor of Pharmacy Programs
Tags: 2018, Ambulatory Care, American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, Boyle Jaclyn, Cavanaugh Teresa M, collaboration, Curriculum, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Leaders, Medical Organizations, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, Patient Care, Pharmaceutical, Pharmacist Attitudes, Pharmacy – Psychosocial Factors, Pharmacy Service, Professional development, Professional Role, Self Assessment, STRATEGIC planning, Students, Technology, Vest Tyler A, Work Environment
Tags: *Public Health Administration, 2014, Academic Medical Centers, Accreditation, Education, Epidemiological Research, Erwin Paul Campbell, Experiential Learning, Government Agencies – Classification, Humans, Interinstitutional Relations, Interinstitutional Relations – Trends, Journal of public health management and practice : JPHMP, Keck C William, Local Government, Medical, Outcomes (Health Care), Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Preventive Health Care – Education, Professional development, Public Health – Education, Public Health Administration, Public Health Professional/methods/*organization & administration, Public Health/*organization & administration, Quality of Health Care, Schools, State Government, Teaching, United States, Universities/organization & administration
Tags: *Curriculum, *International Cooperation, 2016, Authors, Bodiwala Guatam, Cameron Peter, CJEM, Continuing/*methods, Curriculum, Department of Emergency Medicine, Education, Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine/*education, Hobgood Cherri, Holliman James, Humans, Jouriles Nicholas, Kwan James, Medical, Mulligan Terrance, NEOMED College of Medicine, Professional development, Simulations, Singer Andrew
International Federation for emergency medicine model curriculum for continuing professional development.
Tags: *Curriculum, *International Cooperation, 2015, Bodiwala Gautam, Cameron Peter, CJEM, CMD - Continuous Professional Development, CME - Continuing Medical Education, Continuing, Continuing/*methods, Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Department of Emergency Medicine, Education, Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine – Education, Emergency Medicine/*education, Hobgood Cherri, Holliman James Jim, Humans, International Agencies, Internship and Residency, Jouriles Nicholas, Kwan James, Medical, Medical Organizations, Mulligan Terrence, NEOMED College of Medicine, Professional, Professional development, Singer Andrew, Training
Assessment of a structured longitudinal professional identity development curriculum for pharmacy students.
Tags: 2018, Boyle Jaclyn, Coffey Cory P, Currents in pharmacy teaching & learning, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Hoffman Alexander, NEOMED College of Medicine, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, Pokorny Anita, Professional development, Professional identity, Schneider Stacey, Student pharmacist development
Tags: *Help-Seeking Behavior, 2015, Adolescence, Adolescent, Adolescents and young adults, Adult, Affective Disorders, Bonfine Natalie, Child Behavior, Community mental health journal, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, Diagnostic Errors, Early Intervention, Families, Female, First episode psychosis, Health Services Accessibility, Help Seeking Behavior – Ohio, Human, Humans, Interviews as Topic, Knepp Kristen, Male, Munetz Mark R, NEOMED College of Medicine, Ohio, Parental Attitudes, Parents, Parents – Psychosocial Factors, Parents/*psychology, Pathways to treatment, Patient Acceptance of Health Care/*psychology, Professional development, Psychosocial, Psychotic – In Adolescence, Psychotic Disorders/diagnosis/*psychology/therapy, Qualitative Studies, Semi-Structured Interview, Skubby David, Support, Tracy Hattie, Treatment Delay, Young Adult