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Student pharmacist professionalism resources

Oath of a Pharmacist 2008-2009 - Approved 2008-2009 Oath of a Pharmacist.

APhA-ASP/AACP Pharmacy Professionalism Toolkit for Students and Faculty

Assessment of Professionalism Annotated Bibliography - UGME Section, AAMC. June 1, 2004.

Diversity: A Missing Link to Professionalism - Chisholm MA. Diversity: A Missing Link to Professionalism. Am J Pharm Educ. 2004; 68 (5) Article 120.

Influence of Attitudes Toward Curriculum on Dishonest Academic Behavior - Zubin Austin, PhD, David Collins, Ph.D., Alfred Remillard, Pharm.D., Sheila Kelcher, B.Sc.Pharm. Am J Pharm Ed. 2006; 70(3) Article 50.

Pharmacist Critique Woefully Outdated and Uninformed - Cahill, Gans, Maddux and Manasse. Professional response to Obstetrics and Gynecology commentary, Refusals by Pharmacists to Dispense Emergency Contraception.

Student Pharmacist Pledge of Professionalism - A model for schools to adapt for their use.

Professional Attitudes and Behaviors: The “A’s and B’s” of Professionalism - Hammer D. Am J Pharm Educ. Vol. 64, 455-464. Winter 2000.

Refusals by Pharmacists to Dispense Emergency Contraception: A Critique - Wall LL and Brown D. Obstetrics and Gynecology. Vol 107 (5), 1148-1151. May 2006.

Student Conduct and Honor Code Materials - Materials from schools and colleges of pharmacy distributed at The University of Mississippi regional meeting on student behavior, July 31-Aug. 1, 2005. Colleges and schools are encouraged to send copies of institutional codes of conduct and related documents to Jennifer Athay, AACP director of student affairs.

Self-Deception - PowerPoint by Bruce Berger.

UCSF Poster on Professionalism - Donald T. Kishi, Cynthia B. Watchmaker, Michael E. Winter."Creating a Culture of Professionalism: The First Step in a Lifelong Journey" (2004).

White Coat Ceremonies - Professionalism Paper authored by Drs. Daniel L. Brown, Mary J. Ferrill, and Marvin C. Pankaskie of Palm Beach Atlantic University.

White Paper on Professionalism - Recommendations of the APhA-ASP/AACP-Council of Deans Task Force on Professionalism (1999).

APhA-ASP: Student Professionalism - September/October 2002 issue of the APhA-ASP "Pharmacy Student" journal with focus on student professionalism.

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Introducing Professionalism - Bonnie Brehm, Ph.D., Phyllis Breen, M.A., Bethanne Brown, Pharm.D., Lisa Long, M.S., Rebecca Smith, M.Ed., Andrea Wall, B.S., and Nancy Steinberg Warren, M.S.

Changing the Culture: An Institution-wide Approach to Instilling - Professional Values - Berger BA, Butler SL, Duncan-Hewitt W, Felkey BG, Jungnickel PW, Krueger JL, Perry CR, Taylor C. Am J Pharm Educ. 2004; 68(1):article 22.

Characteristics, Prevalence, Attitudes, and Perceptions of Academic Dishonesty Among Pharmacy Students - Suzanne M. Rabi, Pharm.D., Lynn R. Patton, M.S., Nancy Fjortoft, Ph.D., and David P. Zgarrick, Ph.D.

Development and Testing of an Instrument to Assess - Behavioral Professionalism of Pharmacy Students
D. Hammer, H. Mason, R. Chalmers, N. Popovich, M. Rupp. Am J Pharm Educ. Vol. 64, No. 2 (2000).

Development of an Instrument to Measure Professionalism - Marie A. Chisholm, Pharm.D., Henry Cobb, Ph.D., Lori Duke, Pharm.D., Charles McDuffle, Pharm.D., and William K. Kennedy, Pharm.D.

Excellence Series Paper on Professionalism - The purpose of this AACP paper is to provoke thought in the pharmacy Academy about the critical and comprehensive need to address professionalism.

First- and Third-Year Pharmacy Students’ Attitudes Toward Cheating Behaviors - Hardigan PC. Am J Pharm Educ. 2004; 68(5):article 110.

Integrating Service and Reflection in the Professional Development of Pharmacy Students - Schumann W, Moxley DP, Vanderwill W. Am J Pharm Educ. 2004; 68(2):article 45.

Pharmacy Students' Opinions on Civility and Preferences Regarding Professors - Catherine Paik, Pharm.D. Candidate, and Kimberly Broedel-Zaugg, Ph.D.

Reinterpretation of the Professionalization Problem From the Perspective of Cognitive/Moral Development. - Duncan-Hewitt W. Am J Pharm Educ. 2005; 69(1):article 6.

TurnItIn.com - Web site designed to deter plagiarism.

Using the Structured Interview for a More Reliable Assessment of Pharmacy Student Applicants - Latif DA. Am J Pharm Educ. 2004; 68(1):article 21.

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