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ScienceDirect.com - Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning - Evaluating the online networking relationships between preceptors and pharmacy students

Objective
To describe pharmacy preceptors' use of Facebook and compare the perspectives of those with and without Facebook profiles regarding student–preceptor relationships.

 

Methods
A survey was sent electronically to pharmacy practice preceptors (n = 2523) at four colleges of pharmacy asking them to provide their opinions on the student–preceptor Facebook relationship. If respondents answered “yes” to having a Facebook profile, they were asked 12 questions. If respondents answered “no”, they were asked two questions. Demographic data were collected from all the respondents. Two reminder emails were sent before the survey closed after 24 days.

 

Results
Of the 612 total respondents (response rate = 24.3%), 413 preceptors (67%) currently maintain a Facebook page, while 199 (33%) do not. The majority of those with a Facebook profile (93%) use it for social networking, 27% use it for professional networking or campaigning, and 6% use it to collaborate with colleagues. Fifty-four percent of the preceptors with a Facebook profile are not friends with students on Facebook, while 46% are, although 10% of responders do limit what the student can view on their profile. Responses were highly varied when asked how they would handle a “friend request,” including accept it right away, after some thought, or simply decline it.

 

Conclusion
As the use of these social media sites increases, the need arises for preceptors to discuss and/or clearly define the appropriateness of social networking relationships without compromising the line between the personal and professional relationships with pharmacy students.  

 

Source: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877129713000166

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89% of US physicians would recommend a health app to a patient

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Scott Normandin's comment, May 16, 2014 10:24 PM
the question begs: is/are applications that make access to health care the domain of the younger generation, or as some would content, are applications an additional level of complication to our senior population. Personal experience from the lens of my parents is that "absent" a vetted and universally adopted application that supports a universal view for all, this may by perceived as the "new best new toy" and fade with time. Our seniors; albeit are digital immigrants, working their way into the development of new technologies clumsily, whereas Gen X/Y find the technology adaptable, available and importantly expendable when the next best thing comes available. What defines consumerization: speed of development and release, or the ability to support end users?
Scott Normandin's comment, May 16, 2014 10:24 PM
the question begs: is/are applications that make access to health care the domain of the younger generation, or as some would content, are applications an additional level of complication to our senior population. Personal experience from the lens of my parents is that "absent" a vetted and universally adopted application that supports a universal view for all, this may by perceived as the "new best new toy" and fade with time. Our seniors; albeit are digital immigrants, working their way into the development of new technologies clumsily, whereas Gen X/Y find the technology adaptable, available and importantly expendable when the next best thing comes available. What defines consumerization: speed of development and release, or the ability to support end users?
Mes Bons PLans's comment, January 22, 12:45 PM
une question qui n'apporte pas toutes les réponses. des profs avaient identifié les thèmes à venir dans leur blog : https://www.blouse-medicale.fr/blog/38_e-sante-quel-avenir
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Your Personal Brand: Education and Experience in Pharmacy Informatics - Pharmacy Times

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Career opportunities in pharmacy continue to evolve and they have increased significantly in recent years.

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MENGENAL SELUK BELUK KONTRASEPSI

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Kontrasepsi adalah upaya mencegah pembuahan atau kehamilan yang bersifat sementara atau menetap.

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