프리셉터 오리엔테이션 교육 후 약사인식의 변화 및 교육의 효과분석

Title
프리셉터 오리엔테이션 교육 후 약사인식의 변화 및 교육의 효과분석
Other Titles
Assessment of Changes in Pharmacists’ Perceptions of Preceptorship and the Effect of a Preceptor Orientation Program
Author(s)
이인향윤정현[윤정현]제남경[제남경]
Keywords
preceptor; pharmacist; perception; preceptor orientation program; experiential education
Issue Date
201206
Publisher
한국임상약학회
Citation
한국임상약학회지, v.22, no.2, pp.143 - 152
Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of the study was to explore changes in pharmacists’ perceptions of preceptorship in the experiential education and to evaluate the educational effects of a preceptor orientation program. Methods: Code-matched preand post-surveys were conducted for Pharmacists who participated in a preceptor orientation program designed by the Pusan National University (PNU) College of Pharmacy in May and December, 2011. A total of 50 sets of survey responses were analyzed. Results: After a 2-day course of 8-hour preceptor orientation workshop scheduled 1 week apart, the number of respondents who became fully aware and understand toward goals and vision of 6-year pharmacy education was increased from 52% to 96%. The orientation program also improved the understanding of pharmacists on preceptor’s roles and functions, and the number of respondents who reported that their perceptions of preceptorship were changed positively was increased by 40%. In addition, the data demonstrated that the preceptor orientation program improved the overall perceived self-assessed competence of participants as a preceptor by 12.9 points (from 51.76to 64.66 points, p = 0.0001). Most of the participants agreed the preceptor orientation program was beneficial and ongoing training and education for preceptor development is necessary. Conclusion: This study identified the perceptions of pharmacists on 6-year pharmacy education and preceptorship in the experiential education. Findings from the survey demonstrated that the preceptor orientation program of the PNU College of Pharmacy was effective to improve pharmacist’s competence as a preceptor. This study was a good start in identifying areas where preceptor development is needed, and provides insights into the development and implementation of preceptor orientation programs. In the future,more rigorous research is needed to explore long-term effects of preceptor orientation program and the outcomes of preceptor education in the improvement of the quality of experiential education.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/27885
ISSN
1226-6051
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