Understanding the impact of simulated patient

Simulated patients is a method frequently used to assess various dimensions of pharmacy practice, including to gain in‐depth knowledge of customer perceptions of service delivery, to measure performance against standards of service, to motivate, develop and encourage staff as a part of a training. Read more about this topic on this systematic review  2019

Transition from the BPharm to the PharmD degree: what to expect?

The transition to the clinically orientated PharmD degree is seen as a natural evolution of the profession. However, some countries have both clinically-oriented and pharmaceutical sciences-oriented PharmD programme. Take a look on this recent review focuses on studies and opinions around issues of transition from the BPharm to the PharmD degree in the U.S., Japan, South Korea, Pakistan and Thailand.