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Impact of hybrid delivery of education on student academic performance and the student experience.
Heather Brennan Congdon; Douglas A Nutter; Lisa Charneski; Peter Butko (Profiled Author: Heather B. Congdon)
University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, MD, USA.
American journal of pharmaceutical education 2009;73(7):121.
OBJECTIVES: To compare student academic performance and the student experience in the first-year doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) program between the main and newly opened satellite campuses of the University of Maryland. METHODS: Student performance indicators including graded assessments, course averages, cumulative first-year grade point average (GPA), and introductory pharmacy practice experience (IPPE) evaluations were analyzed retrospectively. Student experience indicators were obtained via an online survey instrument and included involvement in student organizations; time-budgeting practices; and stress levels and their perceived effect on performance. RESULTS: Graded assessments, course averages, GPA, and IPPE evaluations were indistinguishable between campuses. Students' time allocation was not different between campuses, except for time spent attending class and watching lecture videos. There was no difference between students' stress levels at each campus. CONCLUSIONS: The implementation of a satellite campus to expand pharmacy education yielded academic performance and student engagement comparable to those from traditional delivery methods.
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