Pharmacy

School of Pharmacy Meets Stakeholders to Gain Knowledge on Employers’ Expectations

8 Sep 2017|Master of Pharmacy Practice, MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, MSc in Molecular Medicine, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacy, Programmes|

The 1st Stakeholders Meeting organised by IMU's School of Pharmacy, welcomed participation of more than 15 stakeholders from various professional organisations, pharmaceutical industries, healthcare institutions and alumni. The aims of this important event are to identify, understand and clarify regarding the employers’ expectations on graduands’ knowledge, skills and attitudes. The event took place at the

Pharmacy Students Undertake Experiential Learning at Hospital

13 Aug 2017|Articles, News Media, People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

Five third year IMU pharmacy students, Karmelia Chan, Wong Jin-Ying, Lee Ming Zhao, Kok Yu Qian and Sellam Elangovan had the opportunity to undergo a pharmacy internship at Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur (PHKL) as part of their elective module in Semester 6. During this internship, they were rotated individually to several departmentsincluding Outpatient and Inpatient Pharmacy, Clinical, Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN), Cytotoxic Drug Reconstitution (CDR) and

National Pharmacy Examination Success

8 Aug 2017|People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

The School of Pharmacy recorded the highest passing rate of all universities whose pharmacy students took the national Qualifying Examination for Registration as a Practicing Pharmacist in June 2017. 116 IMU Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm)  students passed this examination. On 1 August these students received their Certificates from the Dean of School, A/Prof Mohd. Zulkefeli. The Qualifying Examination, held

IMU Pharmacy Students Bagged Several Awards at 2017 Young Entrepreneur Programme

2 Aug 2017|People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

Congratulations to the IMU Pharmacy students who bagged several awards at the 2017 Young Entrepreneur Programme! 1 July, 14 - 16 July - Notably, YEP’s most outstanding participant during the pitching competition was Taasjir Kaur from BP2/15. Participating teams comprise of pharmacy students from different universities, but IMU students were the stars in all top

Experts Shared Their Experiences to Further Enhance Students’ Knowledge

26 Jul 2017|People, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

University-industry collaboration is essential to ensure the nation’s economy development. From fulfilling business missions to expertise sharing and knowledge transfer, strategic partnerships have been the cornerstone of success for corporations and academia, enabling creativity, growth and innovation that has delivered exceptional results. On 15 June 2017, IMU School of Pharmacy hosted a sharing session by

Memorable Time for IMU Pharmacy Students in Japan

20 Jul 2017|Articles, News Media, People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

Elective module is a compulsory module offered in Semester 6 of the Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) programme at International Medical University (IMU). In this module, students are given the opportunity to acquire knowledge and enhance competencies in a pharmacy-related area or non-pharmacy-related area for a minimum duration of four weeks. Two students from the BP114 cohort of IMU BPharm

Third Year Pharmacy Students Undertake Experiential Learning at a Malaysian Private Hospital

18 Jul 2017|People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

Five third year IMU pharmacy students, Karmelia Chan, Wong Jin-Ying, Lee Ming Zhao, Kok Yu Qian and Sellam Elangovan had the opportunity to undergo a pharmacy internship at Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur (PHKL) as part of their elective module in Semester 6. During this internship, they were rotated individually to several departments including Outpatient and Inpatient

Exploring Japan’s Healthcare System: An Elective in Hiroshima, Japan

12 Jul 2017|People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

Elective module is a compulsory module offered in Semester 6 of the Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) programme at International Medical University (IMU). In this module, students are given the opportunity to acquire knowledge and enhance competencies in a pharmacy-related area or non-pharmacy-related area for a minimum duration of four weeks. Two students from the BP114

Safe and Quality Medicine Use Campaign at IMU

28 Jun 2017|People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students, University|

25 May 2017 - A dialogue with License A holders was successfully held at the International Medical University (IMU) Bukit Jalil. There were about 180 participants for the dialogue comprising of practicing pharmacist, pharmacy students, lecturers, and pharmacy officers from the Ministry of Health. At the same time, there were also booths, dialogues and talks


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