Simulation offers junior students preliminary insights into pharmaceutical production processes and challenges, and helps prepare them to undertake workplace learning in their later semesters. The IMU BPharm Model Industry Concept (MIC) was introduced in 2008 for this purpose.
There is a saying that “When writing the story of your life, don’t let anyone else hold the pen” and though it is true, I would still like to appreciate all those people who have passed through this phase of my life. January 2013 is the start of my pharmacy degree at the International Medical
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
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.
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
International Medical University (IMU) once again turns the tide and contributes to further strengthening of experiential learning opportunities for IMU School of Pharmacy students. The university officially signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with AEON Wellness Pharmacy on 23 October 2017 and Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM) on 23 October 2017;
My journey as a pharmacist began when I signed up for IMU’s Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) programme’s four-year course during IMU’s Open Day back in 2005. I could still vividly remember the first day of our orientation where 80 young students were brought together into the main lecture hall for a “White Coat Ceremony”, where
Short Description of CoDel Pharma CoDel is named from Co (Counselling) and Del (Delivery). CoDel pharma is a mobile application that helps you to order new prescriptions and refills medication instantly. We do medical counselling at your doorstep together with your purchased medication. Thus, we categorised CoDel as the pharmacy delivery service instead of the
Bonjour, I’m Nermesh Singh or you can call me Neru, aged 20, from the wettest town in Malaysia, Taiping. I’m currently pursuing Bachelor of Pharmacy in a very established university known as International Medical University (IMU) and joined the 2016 intake. Oh yes, let me just narrate what does the title depicts. I’ve always had passion in
A 20 year-old pharmacy student from Taiping has seen his love for photography reciprocated after he was awarded an international photography honour all the way in Italy. Nermesh Singh, a second year student at the International Medical University (IMU), won the Remarkable Award in the Under 20 Category of the Siena International Photography Awards 2017 held