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PHARMASHOUT NEWSPAPER AS A DEVELOPED EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION LEARNING TOOL FOR PHARMACY STUDENT: ADVANCING THE HOW, WHY, AND WHEN
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Poster Title: PHARMASHOUT NEWSPAPER AS A DEVELOPED EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION LEARNING TOOL FOR PHARMACY STUDENT: ADVANCING THE HOW, WHY, AND WHEN
Submitted on 18 Aug 2021
Author(s): Reem Abou Assi 1,2, Ibrahim M Abdulbaqi 1,2,Nohad Alomari2, Chan Siok Yee1*
Affiliations: 1School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA. 2College of Pharmacy, Al-Kitab University, IRAQ.
This poster was presented at The International PicTL 2020 virtual event, Universiti Putra Malaysia
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Abstract: Experiential education (Ee) is used to empower the slogan of "experience leads to knowledge "since more than 40 years ago; however, conventional academic education is the most used degree-based career building. According to the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, the interprofessional education plan should include the curriculum's didactic and experiential components (ACPE,2018). PharmaShout newspaper was created as one of Ee tools for pharmacy undergraduate students. Upon measuring students' engagement and the subsequent learning skills, students showed significant enhancement in their absorption capacity and emotional engagement. In conclusion, PharmaShout could be an efficient Ee tool in the pharmacy degree curriculum.Summary: COMMERCIALIZATION POTENTIAL
The PharmaShout is a publication with commercial potential as the information available and it is verified and constantly updated by the student as well as the group of editors in charged inPharmaShout.

RECOGNITION
The work was conducted as part of improving the bachelor of pharmacy curriculum.

USEFULNESS
Information source.
Soft Skill enhancement.
Source of income generation for the student society.
References: References
1.Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education,2018. ACPE UPDATE. APhA Annual Meeting Music City Center, Room 207, Nashville, TN.
2.Gerald, F.etal., 2014. Back To The Basics: Developing A Student Engagement Survey To Evaluate The Role Of Experiential Learning On Student Engagement. Developments in Business Simulation and Experiential Learning,41,204-213.
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