Dr. Genevieve Ness, associate director of the Christy Houston Foundation Drug Information Center and assistant professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical, Social and Administrative Sciences, has published a manuscript in the the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. The article is titled “Graduating Pharmacy Students’ Perspectives on E-Professionalism and Social Media.” As the lead author, Ness and her team provide insight into graduating student pharmacist views of professionalism while engaging in social media activities. The manuscript also compares student perceptions about the their level of professionalism in social media behavior while seeking different types of employment. Click here to read Ness’ article.
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