The Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society Young Pharmacist Chapter (MPS-YPC) is a prominent chapter under the umbrella of Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society. It was set up with the aim to bring young pharmacists together in shaping the future of healthcare. Assuming the key role in MPS’ quest to advance pharmacy practice in Malaysia, MPS-YPC actively engages young pharmacists
The 1st Malaysian Innovative Healthcare Symposium (MIHS) is a special initiative by the Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society-Young Pharmacists Chapter (MPS-YPC) under the leadership of Cedric Chua, an IMU BPharm alumnus. The symposium is organised with the aim of promoting and cultivating innovation in the local healthcare sector. Themed ‘Digital Healthcare in Malaysia: Where We Are and
Intrigued by the world of entrepreneurship, startups and digital marketing, Ng Khai Yong decided to venture into an industry which he perceives to be more challenging. Despite having an MPharm degree from University of Strathclyde, Scotland, he is now working as the Head of Growth and Marketing at NEXT Academy, an education institution which aims
Elisha Teh Hwee Yee has always looked for challenges in life that will excel her professionally and at the same time provide her enrichment in life, gaining her a wealth of experience. One of the challenges was pursuing work experience out of her comfort zone as a pharmacist in Australia. Elisha’s determination in achieving this
13 September 2016- A talk hosted by Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society Young Pharmacist Chapter (MPS-YPC) and IMU Alumni for the month of September 2016 was entitled “Snake Envenomation Treatment”. It is our honour to have Kavidha Mohan as our speaker who is a clinical pharmacist from the Emergency Department in Hospital Kuala Lumpur. Kavidha Mohan graduated
IMU Alumnus, Nithiyaraj Rajalingam is currently a Regulatory Affairs Pharmacist at Cipla Malaysia Sdn Bhd, an Indian Multinational Company. Prior to this, he was a Regulatory Affairs Pharmacist at a local pharmaceutical company, Bio-Pharmaceuticals Sdn Bhd. for about 1.5 years. This proved to be a great starting point for him in the private pharmaceutical industry.
The talk for the month of August 2016, a joint collaboration between Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society-Young Pharmacist Chapter (MPS-YPC), IMU School of Pharmacy and IMU Alumni, was entitled “Let’s Talk about Contraception”. The talk was held at the IMU Bukit Jalil campus and had a total of 96 attendees, of which pharmacy students formed the majority
The One Health Concept has been formulated as a worldwide strategy for expanding interdisciplinary collaborations in all aspects of healthcare for humans, animals and environment. This synergism is going to advance biomedical science research, to enhance public health efficacy, to expand scientific knowledge and to improve medical education and clinical care. Pharmacists, together with all
21 July 2016 - With the collaborative efforts of IMU School of Pharmacy, IMU Alumni and the Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society –Young Pharmacist Chapter (MPS-YPS), a talk titled ‘How Do Our Patients Cope with Insulin Treatment’ was held at the IMU Bukit Jalil Campus. The talk was attended by approximately 60 pharmacists and pharmacy students. We
In Malaysia, pharmacy graduates are currently facing difficulties in searching for placements as a Provisional Registered Pharmacist (PRP). In addition to this, many of the pharmacy graduates recognised that they are lacking the skill of writing a good curriculum vitae (CV) or resume. They have also acknowledged that they need to master their interviewing skills.