A Longitudinal Study of Attitude Change in Pharmacy Students during School and Post Graduation
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Changes in pharmacy student attitudes about professionalism, community health orientation, and qualities of a good pharmacist were studied in five graduating classes (n=-325 students). Results suggest significant decreases in professional identity over time and increased community health orientation during school years followed by a drop a year after graduation.
Messer, S. C.,
Fincham, J. E.
(1990). A Longitudinal Study of Attitude Change in Pharmacy Students during School and Post Graduation. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 55, 30-35.
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