Documentation:Digital Tattoo Curriculum/Pharmacy/Case Studies
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.
As a workshop participant, you have the opportunity to:
- Evaluate and build your 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 yourself as an emerging pharmacist
- Identify key issues and opportunities related to digital identities in the health sciences
Pre & Post Workshop Survey Questions
- 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 guide your decision-making online, 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.
When re-using this resource, please attribute as follows: developed by the University of British Columbia: Digital Tattoo – Case Studies Project Team.