Comparing Medication Palatability and Flavoring Knowledge of Healthcare Professional Students
AuthorTran, David K.
Pranski, Elaine L.
Chen, Emily (Chun-Wei)
Biggs, Brandon J.
Lardieri, Allison B.
Morgan, Jill A.
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AbstractObjectives: Primary objective: • To compare medication taste and flavoring knowledge of different healthcare professional students (pharmacy, graduate nursing, medicine, and dental). Secondary objectives: • To determine the number of lecture hours dedicated to medication taste and flavoring in different curriculums. • To determine the confidence level of health professional students when recommending flavoring for children's medications. Hypothesis: Pharmacy students will have more knowledge than other professions about the taste of medications.
DescriptionAt head of title: University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.
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