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Structured Pharmaceutical Analysis of the Systematic Tool to Reduce Inappropriate Prescribing Is an Effective Method for Final-Year Medical Students to Improve Polypharmacy Skills: A Randomized Controlled Trial.(Report)

Byline: Carolina J. P. W. Keijsers, Adriaan B. D. Doorn, Anouk Kalles, Dick J. Wildt, Jacobus R. B. J. Brouwers, Henrieke J. Kamp, Paul A. F. Jansen Keywords: medication review; polypharmacy; medical education; medical student; E-learning Medical students may not be adequately trained to prescribe a... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2014, Vol.62(7), p.1353(7)
Main Author: Keijsers, Carolina J. P. W.
Other Authors: Doorn, Adriaan B. D. , Kalles, Anouk , Wildt, Dick J. , Brouwers, Jacobus R. B. J. , Kamp, Henrieke J. , Jansen, Paul A. F.
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title: Structured Pharmaceutical Analysis of the Systematic Tool to Reduce Inappropriate Prescribing Is an Effective Method for Final-Year Medical Students to Improve Polypharmacy Skills: A Randomized Controlled Trial.(Report)
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  • Keijsers, Carolina J. P. W.
  • Doorn, Adriaan B. D.
  • Kalles, Anouk
  • Wildt, Dick J.
  • Brouwers, Jacobus R. B. J.
  • Kamp, Henrieke J.
  • Jansen, Paul A. F.
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  • Prescription Writing – Methods
  • Medical Students – Methods
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