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Griffith University incorporated the Pharmacy Game, in 2016, into the pharmacy curricula. In this university the Pharmacy Game is played under the name PharmG (Groningen Griffith Goldcoast Game). The game is used as integrated into two undergraduate courses and one postgraduate course and serves to train pharmacy students.
The game is played once a year for a duration of 15 days. Each game includes 50 students, divided to manage 8-10 pharmacies. The main learning goals are to encourage legal, ethical and clinical reasoning, improve tailored communication skills, drug literacy, appropriate delivery of primary and preventative healthcare, resolving cases of dispense medicines, collaborate and understand the work readiness concepts.
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