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Pharmacy Student Survey: Perceptions and Expectations of Pharmaceutical Compounding

Author(s):  Carvalho Maria, Batra Bindhu

Issue:  Jan/Feb 2015 - Volume 19, Number 1
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Page(s):  18-27

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Abstract:  Despite the importance of pharmaceutical compounding in pharmacy education, this subject has been disregarded by universities worldwide. A survey questionnaire was developed to determine the perceptions and expectations of pharmaceutical compounding by U.S. pharmacy students. Compounding was considered the future of pharmacy practice by the majority of the students, who stated that they would likely pursue a professional career in pharmaceutical compounding.

Related Keywords: Maria Carvalho, PharmD, MRPharmS, PhD, Bindhu Batra, PharmD, RPh, pharmacy students, compounding pharmacy practice, Compunding Lab Boot Camp, colleges of pharmacy, internships, attitudes, knowledge, practices

Related Categories: PHARMACY EDUCATION, PROFESSIONAL ISSUES

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