A Systematic Review of Extramural Presentations and Publications from Pharmacy Student Research Programs
AffiliationUniversity of Arizona, College of Pharmacy
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CitationMarion K. Slack, Jennifer Martin, Leah Worede, and Sameer Islam (2016). A Systematic Review of Extramural Presentations and Publications from Pharmacy Student Research Programs. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education: Volume 80, Issue 6, Article 100.
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AbstractObjective. To conduct a systematic review of reports of pharmacy student research programs that describes the programs and resulting publications or presentations. Methods. To be eligible for the review, reports had to be in English and indicate that students were required to collect, analyze data, and report or present findings. The outcome variables were extramural posters/presentations and publications. Results. Database searches resulted in identification of 13 reports for 12 programs. Two-thirds were reports of projects required for a course or for graduation, and the remaining third were elective (participation was optional). Extramural posters resulted from 75% of the programs and publications from 67%. Conclusion. Although reporting on the outcomes of student research programs is limited, three-quarters of the programs indicated that extramural presentations, publications, or both resulted from student research. Additional research is needed to identify relevant outcomes of student research programs in pharmacy.
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PubMed Central IDhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5023971/
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