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Table 2 Student responses to items 1-13

From: Use of a fictitious community-based virtual teaching platform to aid in the teaching of pharmacy practice skills: Student perspectives after initial implementation

Statements Percentage responses (%)
Strongly agree or agree Neither agree or disagree Strongly disagree or disagree
1. Watching the Pharmville clips prior to laboratory sessions encouraged me to participate more during the dispensing laboratory sessions. 35 37 28
2. The Pharmville video clips make the learning interesting. 45 37 17
3. The Pharmville video clips encourage me to complete the laboratory and workshop pre-work. 45 28 27
4. Pharmville has helped to develop my competence in counselling to patients 44 31 24
5. Pharmville has helped to develop my confidence in counselling to patients. 29 40 31
6. Having the lecture, lab and workshop cases based on the Pharmville families is useful preparation for the labs and workshops. 54 27 19
7. Pharmville has helped me to tailor my patient interview questions and counselling to specific patients and their situations. 56 25 19
8. Pharmville has helped me to focus my decision making and advice more around the patient as opposed to the medicine. 56 32 12
9. I am well prepared for my future role involving interacting with patients. 64 25 11
10. Watching the Pharmville video clips prior to laboratory and workshop sessions is useful preparation for the labs and workshops. 52 29 19
11. Watching the Pharmville video clips makes it easier to develop empathy with the fictional patients than reading a patient description. 65 19 15
12. Watching the Pharmville video clips helped to improve my problem solving skills. 35 42 24
13. Pharmville helped me understand how the content of the BPharm curriculum is relevant to a career in pharmacy. 54 32 14