Journal Article: Quality Assurance Processes for Standardized Patient Programs

Lead Author: Shelley Zhang
Submitted by: Kerensa Peterson, Northwestern University

As other clinical professions enter the world of simulation, their questions and development are catalogued in research. The pharmacy profession is an example of a clinical profession that is evolving to include a larger emphasis on communication skills and collaborative care. New simulation practitioners are asking how to assure quality in their newly developed standardized patient (SP) programs. This article focuses on the authors’ recommendations and applications for quality assurance in SP programs through a thematic analysis of the current scholarly literature.

Read the full article in Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning here.

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