Students and staff on campus are currently engaged in a number of activities. This category will give you an idea of what some of those activities are.

Teaching Kindness

23 Feb 2018|Articles, News Media, People, Programmes, Psychology, Staff|

School counsellors need to watch for signs of bullying, and then handle those cases with kindness, said IMU's psychology lecturer Dr Nicole Chen. While they may mean well, not many school counsellors take bullying as seriously as they should, leading to cases of bullying that go unnoticed for too long and sometimes, with disastrous effects.

Dean Meets Master of Pharmacy Practice Students

13 Feb 2018|Master of Pharmacy Practice, People, Programmes, Students|

To mark their completion of the taught portion of the IMU Master of Pharmacy Practice programme, the first cohort of students had an enjoyable lunch meeting with A/Prof Mohd Zulkefeli, Dean of the School of Pharmacy, and academic staff involved in the programme. In January 2017, these students moved on to research, and are expected to complete their Master degree in July 2018.

IMU Final Year Pharmacy Students Conduct Research at Two Australian Premier Universities

7 Feb 2018|People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

Two IMU final year pharmacy students, Jin-Ying Wong and Zhao Yin Ng collaborated with two premier Universities based at NSW, Australia for their undergraduate research project: The University of Newcastle/Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) and the Graduate School of Health, the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Their research project focused on assessing the potential of nano-formulations containing

Educational visit to Malaysian Nuclear Agency

6 Feb 2018|Biomedical Science, People, Programmes, Students|

13 November 2017 - International Medical University (IMU)'s Biomedical Science students who are enrolled into the “Radiobiology” selective module had the opportunity to visit the Malaysian Nuclear Agency (MNA). The module introduces the basic principles of radioactivity, radiation and their applications in biomedical sciences and research to the students. It also provides students with a basic knowledge

IMU Students Gained Knowledge from Klinik Kesihatan Visit

29 Jan 2018|Dietetics with Nutrition, Nutrition, People, Programmes, Students|

28 November 2017 - 24 Nutrition (NT1/17) and Dietetics with Nutrition (DN1/17) students from IMU visited Klinik Kesihatan Precinct 18, Putrajaya as part of the requirement for the Professionalism and Ethics in Nutrition and Dietetics module in Semester 1. They were accompanied by A/Prof Rokiah Don (Division of Nutrition and Dietetic, School of Health Sciences).

Insights into Entrepreneurial Leadership and Managerial Skills

26 Jan 2018|Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacy, Programmes|

Entrepreneurial, leadership and management skills are increasingly expected to be part of the graduate’s abilities and skill set. In the pharmaceutical sector, within a year of professional registration, many pharmacy graduates will find themselves in roles in which they are expected to effectively address situations with legal, ethical, operational, human resource and financial management aspects.

Inaugural Cohort of Foundation in Science Students Successfully Transferred to Clinical Campus

24 Jan 2018|Foundation in Science, Medicine, People, Programmes, Students|

The Foundation in Science (FiS) Programme in IMU introduces students to studies in a very supportive learning environment. The course helps students develop strategies and skills to become a successful student and provide a pathway to gain entry to variety of medical related degree programmes at International Medical University (IMU). Successful completion of the programme will

Bridging Pharmaceutical Industry to the Pharmacy Classroom  

23 Jan 2018|People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

In efforts to better meet the training needs of a new generation of healthcare professionals, simulation-based education is growing and evolving rapidly. Often, pharmacy school's access to authentic pharmaceutical industry training is limited. Simulation thus offers junior students preliminary insights into pharmaceutical production processes and challenges, and helps prepare them to undertake workplace learning in

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