Over the past decade, the pharmacists’ role has been revolutionised utilising and incorporating expert clinical skills and knowledge. In doing so, a pharmacist’s performance is underpinned by competence and must be assessed in a valid and reliable manner throughout the undergraduate degree and preregistration year prior to becoming a responsible practitioner. The Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) is a practical assessment method evaluating student application of knowledge and understanding of the content in a simulated real-life environment. ‘Pharmacy OSCEs and competency-based assessments’ by Haughey and O’Hare is a novel book which endeavours to enhance the use of this method of assessment in pharmacy education.
Dispensing, OSCEs, Prescribing Skills, Medicine Optimisation, Reconciliation, Medicine
How to Cite
Afzal, S., (2018) “Pharmacy OSCEs and Competency-Based Assessments by Sharon Haughey and Roisin O'Hare”, British Journal of Pharmacy 3(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.5920/bjpharm.2018.02