Prescription for Learning - Communication Skills for the Practice of Pharmacy (2003)

Facilitator's Guide

This is the facilitator’s guide for Prescription for Learning, a 50-hour program designed to help integrate International Pharmacy Graduates (IPGs) into the Canadian workforce. An IPG is someone who completed training in pharmacy outside of Canada, and for some of them, English may be a second language.

The guide begins with an introduction to the program’s core areas, which include the culture of the Canadian workplace; communication, both verbal and non-verbal; problem solving; and written communication.

The program is designed to be delivered in seven sessions, each one seven hours long, and the guide includes detailed instructions on what is covered in each session.

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2012-02-17
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Workplace Education Manitoba. Prescription for Learning - Communication Skills for the Practice of Pharmacy 2003. Web. 27 Oct. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/prescription/prescription/prescription.pdf>
Workplace Education Manitoba (2003). Prescription for Learning - Communication Skills for the Practice of Pharmacy. Retrieved October 27, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/prescription/prescription/prescription.pdf
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