Learners’ Perceptions on MyDispense Virtual Simulation in the Philippines

Authors : Abel Jhon Amatong; Hepzibahjoy Asentista; Cheri Mae Diasnes; Kym Darryl Erispe; Kenna Malintad; Hannah Grace Paderog; Yrrah Fathema Pangolima; Kylne Aezl Toledo; Lou Felix Turtal; Dr. Erwin Faller

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 6 - June

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6893193

MyDispense, a virtual simulation developed by the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Monash University, aims to give experience to learners to practice their drug dispensing skills without harm. This study sought to determine the learners' level of perception of MyDispense virtual simulation on participation, interaction, accessibility, self-directed, and adaptability. The research utilized a mixed qualitative and quantitative method through purposive sampling technique among pharmacy students from Philippine institutions that applied MyDispense in their curriculum. An online survey through Google Forms was conducted among three hundred twenty-two (322) respondents analyzed using descriptive statistics and chi-square test for the quantitative section and Thematic Content Analysis (TCA) to determine the barriers, challenges, and recommendations when using

Keywords : Learner, Perception, Virtual simulation, MyDispense, Philippines


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