The YPC takes the first step in showcasing pharmacist expertise to the public! Mr. Lim Kean Ping submitted a column to Oriental Daily dispelling myths and clarifying the proper role and use of antibiotics. Check out our article in Oriental Daily News and stay tuned for more to.
Our second CPD of the year! You may now click the link below to re-cap this wonderful event! MPS-YPC and IMU Alumni would like to thank all our attendees for their keen participation in the CPD, especially all the returning attendees. Also, thank you Mr Gan Pou Wee for enlightening us.
Building on the momentum from last week’s health screening at Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, the Young Pharmacist Chapter collaborated with the National Clinical Research Centre (NCRC), Clinical Research Centre (CRC) Seremban, Dental Department of Negeri Sembilan, Paediatric Department & Obstetrics & Gynaecology Department of Seremban Hospital on 22nd February.
Question: What do pharmacists have within ourselves to offer to the community? Answer: We have a wealth of knowledge on medications, we know how to conduct simple health checks, and most importantly, we have a compassionate heart to care for people’s health! Hence, when the opportunity arose, the Young Pharmacist Chapter decided.
It was such an honour to represent the Young Pharmacist Chapter (YPC) in an interview together with a paediatrician on Ai FM regarding the impact of dispensing separation (DS) on society. The live program was followed by a press interview conducted by Oriental Daily Newspaper. When I received the invitation.
Key Points This guideline addresses blood pressure (BP) thresholds at which drug therapy should be initiated, BP targets during treatment, and choice of antihypertensive agents. Recommendations are as follows:
- For younger patients (age, <60), drug therapy should be considered for diastolic BP ≥90 mm Hg or systolic BP ≥140 mm Hg. The.
Why are penicillin allergic patients more likely to have a cephalosporin allergy and to what extent?
A drug reaction is any adverse event associated with medication use. The reactions can be caused by either a non-immunologic or an immunologic response. Drug hypersensitivity, reactions caused by an immunologic response, account for 5 to 10 percent of all drug reactions.(1) The Gell and Coombs classification.
Thanks to all 47 participants who have attended our CPD event: Role of Pharmacists in Management of Drug Misuse by Associate Professor Janie Sheridan, IMU’s adjunct professor cum Research Director, Deputy Head of School and Chair of the Centre for Addiction Research at the University of Auckland.
Persatuan Mahasiswa Fakulti Farmasi will organize a charity run which is known as Run To Gain.The purpose of the program is to raise the fund which is then will be channeling to Rumah Anak-Anak Yatim. The program will be held as follow; Place : Taman Tasik Titiwangsa Date : 1 March.
Dinner Talk: A Solid Solution in Diarrhoea Management
Date: Saturday, 22nd February 2014
Venue: Aloft Hotel