Successful Learning in Pharmacy: Developing study and communication skills

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In an increasingly competitive job market, it is more important than ever before to excel at your studies and demonstrate the key skills employers are looking for.Successful Learning in Pharmacy gives an easy-to-read and easy-to-digest guide to the essential skills you need to be an effective learner - setting you up for success in your studies, and beyond.The book is enriched throughout with relevant and useful examples to tailor it to your particular needs as a pharmacy student, with helpful advice and guidance from the authors - all experienced pharmacists and educators - to help you get the most out of your studies. With chapters covering all aspects of learning, from getting the most out of lectures to preparing for exams, and exploring the range of communication methods you will need to master, it is the perfect course companion on your path to becoming a successful pharmacist.Online Resource Centre:For registered adopters:Figures and tables from the book in electronic formatFor everyone:Examples of good and bad practice related to themes presented in the book
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ISBN-13: 9780199642113
ISBN-10: 0199642117
Pagini: 232
Ilustrații: 56
Dimensiuni: 189 x 247 x 13 mm
Greutate: 0.41 kg
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP Oxford
Locul publicării: Oxford, United Kingdom

Notă biografică

Dr Parastou Donyai is Associate Professor of Social and Cognitive Pharmacy and Director of Pharmacy Practice at the Reading School of Pharmacy. A pharmacist with a PhD in Pharmacy, Dr Parastou Donyai also has a Degree in Psychology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychological Research Methods. Her research examines the psychology of medication usage and discontinuation and decision-making processes.Dan Grant is Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy & Pharmacy Education at Reading School of Pharmacy. A hospital pharmacist by background, Dan has wide ranging experience of supporting and developing learners in the workplace and in Higher Education, from pharmacy technicians and undergraduate pharmacy students, to pre-registration pharmacist trainees and pharmacists undertaking post-registration clinical training.Dr Nilesh Patel is Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice at the Reading School of Pharmacy. A pharmacist with a PhD in Pharmacy, Dr Nilesh Patel has worked across several disciplines within Pharmacy giving him a unique overview of science into practice. His research encompasses clinical pharmaceutics, which is the application of science into practice and vice versa.