Pharmacy students are taught how to find, use, and evaluate information in order to answer clinical questions, yet little is known about which resources they will have access to once they are working and how those resources align with what they were exposed to during the curriculum. This study is meant to identify gaps between the resources taught in pharmacy programs and those available in practice. By better understanding what resources pharmacists have access to, curriculum can be better aligned to support evidence-based practice.
Sayre, Franklin D; Reidt, Shannon; Harwood, Eileen M; Jolowsky, Christene; Lunos, Scott; Rodriguez, Raquel.
Assessing Information Resource Access and Habits Among Pharmacists.
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