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Pilot study of patient perception of pharmacists as care providers based on health screening encounters with student pharmacists.

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Summary of "Pilot study of patient perception of pharmacists as care providers based on health screening encounters with student pharmacists."

To assess how patient perceptions of the clinical role of pharmacists may be affected by use of the AIDET communication tool during student-led health fairs, as well as how such events can help promote pharmacy practice.

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Name: Journal of the American Pharmacists Association : JAPhA
ISSN: 1544-3450
Pages: e467-e474

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