Pre-professional international mobility of European pharmacy students - a French example.
journal contributionposted on 2023-05-17, 14:34 authored by Mihayl Varbanov, Danièle Bensoussan, Marc DevocelleMarc Devocelle
Internationalisation, as well as the need to interact with international partners in academia and in the pharmaceutical industry, brings an international experience to the pharmacist's career, which is essential. The objective of present work is to provide a preliminary study of the current situation of the pre-professional mobility of pharmacy students. It represents the first case study of the international pre-professional mobility of pharmacy students in France, and in north-eastern France in particular. The study is based on a recent preliminary survey among pharmacy students, conducted in 2020 at the University of Lorraine's Faculty of Pharmacy, reflecting the impact of international mobility programmes, such as the European Union educational and training mobility programme Erasmus+, on the pharmacy curriculum. The results of the present work tend to show that, despite a number of barriers to the international mobility of pharmacy students, the outcomes of international pre-professional mobility are rather positive in their globality.
Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
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Published CitationVarbanov M, Bensoussan D, Devocelle M. Pre-professional international mobility of European pharmacy students - a French example. Pharmacy. 2023;11(2):59.
Publication Date20 March 2023
- Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences
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