This page is intended to assist facilitators wishing to adapt the Digital Tattoo project case studies for their institutional context.
Between May and August 2019, the Digital Tattoo project team engaged in the in-depth process of designing and developing a series of case study scenarios for students of the PharmD program at UBC, in consultation with the literature, practising pharmacists, pharmacy educators, and student pharmacists.
Your workshop participants have the opportunity to:
- Evaluate and build their confidence in decision-making about posting and sharing content online
- Apply official standards, guidelines, and resources to support decision-making online
- Describe the multiple perspectives/stakeholders at play in each scenario and the implications for themselves as emerging pharmacists
- Identify key issues and opportunities related to digital identities in the health sciences
Pre & Post Workshop Survey Questions
The following Facilitator's Guide can assist you in leading workshops that utilize the Case Studies listed below.
- Case Study 1: Screenshot in a Small Town
- Case Study 2: Viral Venting
- Case Study 3: Good Intentions Gone Awry
- Case Study 4: Product Endorsement
For additional resources to help supplement your workshop, including official standards, scholarly material, and news articles, please visit our Resources page.
Note: The resources listed on the Resources page are intended to supplement the Digital Tattoo Case Studies. To learn more about the Digital Tattoo Project and Curriculum, click here
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