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Abstract: Objectives. The purpose of this paper was to describe an anonymous survey that was administered to first-and third-year professional pharmacy students at the University of Kentucky. Methods. This survey instrument was modeled after a survey administered and described by Peter Sacks in his text Generation X Goes to College. The survey instrument was meant to ascertain attitudes and beliefs of current Generation X students. Little information is available to determine how closely pharmacy students identify with … Show more

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“…8 Essentially all of the elements of the Med Chem Millionaire learning game were designed to attract students who respond positively to intense and entertaining activities. The exercise had an air of excitement and anticipation about it that appealed to the students.…”
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“…8 Essentially all of the elements of the Med Chem Millionaire learning game were designed to attract students who respond positively to intense and entertaining activities. The exercise had an air of excitement and anticipation about it that appealed to the students.…”
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“…8 Medicinal chemistry is sometimes viewed by students as disconnected from actual practice. This concept may spring, in part, from its lack of reinforcement in the final years of the curriculum, and from the opinions expressed by employers who took a medicinal chemistry course in the days when rote memorization of drug structures and …”
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“…7 Paralleling these changes in the dynamics of the profession has been a growing consensus among faculty members that current pharmacy students often lack empathy and a commitment to pharmacy's professional standards. [8][9][10] This phenomenon may be occurring for several reasons. With the introduction of several new colleges and schools of pharmacy as well as increasing class sizes, greater competition for the pool of qualified or best applicants can be expected.…”
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“…Alternatively, this perceived change in the profile of pharmacy students may be a result of an amalgam of causes, including cultural and/or societal changes that produce a different type of student. 9,10 Today's students may be more concerned with the technical aspects of various professions and more emotionally immature compared to previous generations of learners. 9,10 Regardless of the etiology of the changing profile of students, most colleges and schools are struggling to admit the most qualified applicants.…”
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“…Their lack of appreciation for the subtle changes that had taken place in the students since they had last taught, and the resultant impact on the classroom, became woefully apparent. 1,2 Teaching, research, and service -that mantra concerning our roles in higher education-is nearly always presented in that priority. We in the academy continually tout teaching as the primary part of our mission.…”
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