11 Feb 2018 Bridging Pharmaceutical Industry to the Pharmacy Classroom
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 their later semesters. The IMU BPharm Model Industry Concept (MIC) was introduced in 2008 for just this purpose.
Learn more about this at Bridging Pharmaceutical Industry to the Pharmacy Classroom (Borneo Post, 10 February 2018)