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Development and Application of a Computer Simulation Program to Enhance the Clinical Problem-Solving Skills of Students
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American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Volume 51, Number 3,

Abstract

A project to (1) develop and apply a microcomputer simulation program to enhance clinical medication problem solving in preclerkship and clerkship students and (2) perform an initial formative evaluation of the simulation is described. A systematic instructional design approach was used in applying the simulation to the disease state of rheumatoid arthritis. (Author/MLW)

Citation

Boh, L.E. (1987). Development and Application of a Computer Simulation Program to Enhance the Clinical Problem-Solving Skills of Students. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 51(3), 253. Retrieved May 30, 2020 from .

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