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Knowledge Retention Evaluation Framework (KREF) Implemented at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Mostar

In a significant development for the IQPharm project – Innovating quality assessment tools for pharmacy studies in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Mostar recently conducted Activity 2.3.6. KREF Implementation. The KREF, short for Knowledge Retention Evaluation Framework, aims to assess students’ knowledge retention in pharmacy studies.

From June 16 to June 19, 2023, students from the Faculty of Pharmacy participated in this evaluation process. The examination focused on assessing the knowledge retention of students from the first two years and the last three years of their pharmacy studies.

The KREF implementation holds immense importance for both the IQPharm project and the field of pharmacy education in general. By evaluating the long-term retention of knowledge among pharmacy students, this activity plays a crucial role in identifying potential gaps in the curriculum and teaching methods. It provides valuable insights into the effectiveness of the education system, allowing educators to make informed decisions about curriculum enhancements, teaching strategies, and targeted interventions.

Furthermore, the implementation of the KREF showcases the commitment of the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Mostar, to ensuring a high standard of pharmacy education. By integrating innovative tools like the KREF into their curriculum, the faculty demonstrates its dedication to continuously improving the quality of education and enhancing the learning outcomes for its students.

The IQPharm project, in collaboration with the Faculty of Pharmacy, aims to foster excellence in pharmacy studies across Bosnia and Herzegovina. By introducing initiatives like the KREF, the project contributes to the development of a robust and effective education system that produces competent and knowledgeable pharmacy professionals.

The results of the KREF implementation will undoubtedly provide valuable data that can be utilized to refine and enhance pharmacy education in the region. It will enable stakeholders to identify areas where additional support or modifications are required, ensuring that future pharmacy graduates are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their profession.

Overall, the successful implementation of Activity 2.3.6. KREF at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Mostar, is a significant milestone for the IQPharm project and a testament to the continuous efforts to improve the quality of pharmacy education in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Knowledge Retention Evaluation Framework (KREF) Implemented at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Mostar – IQPHARM

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IQPharm project is centered on raising the quality and modernization of pharmacy studies at public universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina including reinforcement of semi-structured experiential education (EE) in compliance with EU standards and regulations of higher education for regulated professions.

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